CSS: Overlapping Flash content with CSS

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By default, flash movies are always shown on the top-level of a display tree.

However, it can be very useful to be able to move the flash content to the background, and having it overlapped by other content; e.g. You have a flash movie in the header of your website, but there’s a sidebar menu which should be displayed over the header.