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    7mX
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    alright i have a bottom frame and a gif image that i am going to use for my navbar i want to make the body of the frame transparent and put the gif as my nav bar, so that when i scroll you can see the text going under the gif instead of it just dissapearing into black ... hopefully you guys/girls can understand that

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    You'd probably want to make your GIF semi-transparent and use the z-index property of CSS for that. z-index controls the "depth" dimension of a web page. The higher the number, the more an item will be forced to the front.
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    7mx, the reason we gave you all those other reasons is because what you're trying to do is literally IMPOSSIBLE. Each frame is a completely separate page unaffected by other frames. It doesn't "layer" frames on top, it puts a seaparate page on the bottom of the screen.

    You have to use other methods than frames. Look into css positioning with a javascript helper that changes it when the user scrolls.
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    nothing is impossible

    although what he's asking for isn't possible with most common technologies today, it can be achieved with some fancy javascript in the frame page....

    Unfortunately, it would take me about 4-6 hours to code it, and I'm not gonna do it today.

    Maybe in the future, though. If I ever get my prize for the April competition (haven't heard from the hosting guy yet) and get my 0-Gfx.com site up i'll put it there as a tutorial.

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    Well... seems a heck of a lot easier to make a floating div text that was underneat the next and use that... or make a sationary image (like geocities banners) :P I was just a bit short because ther'es a whole thread about this exact subject right below it.
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    sorry

    sorry guys i accedently made this post and the forums wont allow me to delete it heheh there was already a post concerning this


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