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Then in IE, the iframe only shows as white, while in Firefox it is correctly transparent. That's the only problem I see in IE.
In Firefox, the Flash Menu sticks to the left of the screen instead of centering with the rest of the content.
So, basically, I need you to build my site for me :) Not really, but the last time I built a web-site CSS, PHP, etc. were either non-existent or brand new. Help would be much appreciated, thanks.
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You seem new here (as am I), so I don't think you'll get banned, but I can see that being snipped pretty soon :-P
I built a dynamic site using an iframe to display all of the content with the navigation static in the index page around it. I've got to say, I'm thinking of re-doing it to remove the iframe.
iframes have been around for ages now, but it seems they're like the #*$! child of the control set! They are a nightmare to control the behaviour of between different browsers, and forget backwards compatability! I thought my site looked good in Opera, firefox and IE, then I found a computer with IE6 and I nearly choked!
Your page looks quite good, but I would use standard divs and CSS to position that text. Or an un-editable text box with all the borders etc drawn out for the scrolling? I'm more the type of guys that'll just play with it untill it looks about right, so I can't really say for sure what'll work :-P
Anyway, good luck!