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Author: Wouter

When I was creating a website I wanted to use flash and dhtml together in one page so I didn't need some anoying popup to display some databased or extern data. But It didn't work right away. Why? Because Flash is a plugin with ActiveX and it's always on top. Then I began looking for a solution on the internet and nobody could say how to do it right.

On the macromedia site they gave me a sort of solution but it didn't work as I hoped it would, so i surfed the net over and over again but nobody could give a nice explained example how to do it so I wrote this javascript for you all.

Note: This script only works for Internet Explorer 4 and higher with flash player 5, because the flash player for Netscape doesn't understand some parameters, hopefully the next version does.

» Level Intermediate

Added: 2001-10-24
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