What a cool idea! ( Says the flash hater )
What about CSS?. Absolutely position the flash and the "real" content on top of each other, so to speak. Use the z-index property to push the flash to the background. Should work, I think. Let us know.
Hello there, this may sound impossible but is there a way for your page to have .swf (flash) as a background?
i dont think there is a "proper" way, but meow's idea should work... (FREAK )
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If you do that, could you please consider the people who do not have flash? Make them being able to still view the site? As I do not have flash on my university connection - due to secutrity reasons - pages that have flash piss me seriously off. Especially if there is no way around the flash.Hello there, this may sound impossible but is there a way for your page to have .swf (flash) as a background?