Micky Hulse wrote: > Normally, if one has control over the Flash content, one can use a wmode > of opaque or transparent. But, because Google Adsense does not allow > control over the Flash content (or the iFrame)... and because Google > Adsense uses an iFrame... What can one do to fix this problem? Most browsers are pretty good these days at offering plugins transparent backgrounds or interlayering with HTML elements via the WMODE parameter, but it's hard to trigger that if you can't access the HTML yourself, I agree. (Inside an IFRAME adds another layer of browser dependencies... a few years ago there was one browser which would balk at WMODE if the plugin was in an IFRAME, but I haven't heard people complaining about that symptom for two, three years now... probably fixed across the range of browsers by this point.) I wouldn't be surprised if Google AdSense prevented people from hiding their ads, as a scamming defense. But whatever the reason, if you don't have access to that chunk of HTML, then it's hard to request that your HTML layer atop their framed SWF... I can't readily think of a way to achieve it, sorry. (Maybe the page can display GIF/TEXT ads instead, which are rendered entirely by the browser's drawing engine...?) jd -- John Dowdell . Adobe Developer Support . San Francisco CA USA Weblog: http://weblogs.macromedia.com/jd Aggregator: http://weblogs.macromedia.com/mxna Technotes: http://www.macromedia.com/support/ Spam killed my private email -- public record is best, thanks.