This is my first post to the forum, so hello to WebDeveloper.com I'm good with HTML. I'm very new with CSS which I agree is more efficient for style and layout. I'm pretty sure this is a question for this forum, sorry if not.
Now to my question, which I hope I ask sufficiently.
I have 3 objects layered on a website index page. An image, and 2 flash objects. I have them positioned where I want them, and they layer over each other as desired. The image is meant to be the bottom layer, which has worked fine. The two flash files, however, are layered incorrectly in Firefox, however it is displaying fine in IE. ("example1.swf" displays behind "example2.swf" in Firefox, when it should be vice-versa "example2.swf" should display behind "example1.swf").
My relevant CSS code is as follows:
and here are the HTML objects I am positioning:
<img class="image-pos" src="images/main.jpg" alt="..." border="0" width="593" height="600" />
I hope I didn't break any rules with this post I am new here.
Thanks for your time,
PS: I am going to be needing a navigation menu system for this site. I would like the menu to be smooth, sleek, and contemporary. Any quick advice, or guidance to your favorite reference material on this, would be appreciated.