Hi, I am trying to work something out but currently not sure best approach.
Scenario is as follows.
1) I have a centered container of 970px width. This consists of a header, main content and footer.
2) I have a Flash movie thats 2000px wide.
3) I want to have the flash movie showing full width of browser but centered. So if you close your browser to 970px wide you will see only 970px of the flash movies (2000px) but centered, then if you stretch the browser wider you will see more of the flash movie (left and right, keeping it centered at all times)
4) I don’t want a horizonal scroll bar appearing (unless the browser is resized below 970px as you would expect).
5) Thats it! Is it possible to do via css. It sounds complicated now Im explaining it but I can sort of imagine it is doable, just not sure where to start!
Hi Chris, not sure that will work for what I need really. The idea being is that if you have a larger resolution you will see more of the flash movie. But the movie actual size won’t change, just the viewable area of the movie will grow.
I don’t see a problem with having a larger flash movie if I keep the file size of the swf down Paulie, but I could be wrong?