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style/flash problem.

From: simon <simon@wirestation.co.uk>
Date: Fri, 13 Oct 2000 10:24:49 +0100
To: <www-style@w3.org>
Message-ID: <B60C9217.E7D%simon@wirestation.co.uk>
apologies if this has been covered before,
but i am having a problem with style sheets
and flash.

and here it is:

i have a frameset consisting of three frames.
in the left frame is a flash movie that is the
navigation.

the top frame has html links.

the main frame has text.

i have used a style sheet to control the layout
of the text in the main frame. The style sheet
is external, and is linked to within each page.

in the index.html file (where the frameset is
set up), there is some javascript that reloads
the main frame whenever the window is resized.
this is to overcome the bug in netscape that
ignores stylesheets whenever the window is resized.

however,
the javascript workaround doesn't work when the
flash movie has been embedded in the left frame,
but does work when i remove it.

has anybody encountered this before, or know of
a solution?

i was unsure as to whether this was a stylesheet
problem, a flash problem or a javascript problem,
so apologies if it is nothing to do with stylesheets.
Received on Friday, 13 October 2000 05:41:34 GMT

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