I have a flash menu I want to put inside my html page. The flash is already in html. Now I want it to be aligned to my page so that it appears neatly as a navigational bar at the top. Then I bring my text down. Since the flash is not visible in the page, how can I accurately do this.
Korkus2000, I think it is about nesting. I saved the flash as html and then opened Frontpage and inserted it into my page. It convered the entire top and left a gap between the flash menu and the first sentence in my page.
What I want is, I want the menu to be on line 1, then my tesxt begins on line 2, immediately under it, not far down.
The flash covers a large portion at the top and will not allow me to place text directly below it unless I go about three levels down.
You can set the "height" parameter of Flash to a small value, then add '<PARAM NAME="wmode" VALUE="transparent">'. If the text still can't be displayed nearly below the flash, you must use layer css. If you want more detail email to me directly.
maybe add a table right below it, then add buttons in each cell, then create a pop-up menu through behaviors on those buttons. That's if I understand you correctly. or create a layer to put that table in to better align it.