[Pro] z-index "-1" does not work

if I enter for z-index the value “-1” it will change to “1” in the output. How can I achieve to get the “-1” in the output without changing the file manually after the files been output by FreewayPro?

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Are you trying to replace the PageDiv? The “bild” div in your example is
already the first child of the PageDiv and as such can’t move any further
back.

You can redefine the PageDiv using Walter’s PageDiv Extended action… though
be cautious when using it.

http://actionsforge.com/actions/view/143-pagediv-extended


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On Mon, Dec 3, 2012 at 9:00 AM, Alain email@hidden wrote:

if I enter for z-index the value “-1” it will change to “1” in the output.
How can I achieve to get the “-1” in the output without changing the file
manually after the files been output by FreewayPro?

BR
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Hi Ernie,

there is a java script which simulate a snowfall. The problem is as long I do not put the “bild” to z-index=-1 the snowflakes are behind the picture.

Nevertheless I would expect that the value I enter in Freeway will be also output accordingly which is not the case here. So this looks like a bug to me.

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It’s a problem for you, but hardly a bug as child items can not be layered
behind their parents.

Can you share a link to the javascript in question so I can see how best to
solve your problem?


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Hi Ernie,

there is a java script which simulate a snowfall. The problem is as long I
do not put the “bild” to z-index=-1 the snowflakes are behind the picture.

Nevertheless I would expect that the value I enter in Freeway will be also
output accordingly which is not the case here. So this looks like a bug to
me.

BR
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I have a couple of snow javascripts used with FW - one uses images, the other does not.

http://www.deltadesign.co/fw_examples/other/snowstorm.html

http://www.deltadesign.co/fw_examples/other/moresnow.html

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here the file

https://www.dropbox.com/s/4olplw4r418kevf/snowing.txt

BR
Alain

On 3 Dec 2012, 3:19 pm, The Big Erns wrote:

It’s a problem for you, but hardly a bug as child items can not be layered
behind their parents.

Can you share a link to the javascript in question so I can see how best to
solve your problem?

Ernie Simpson

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Alain - do you want the snow in front or behind your picture?

http://www.deltadesign.co/fw_examples/other/yetmoresnow.html

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Dave,

thanks for your example - snow should be in front of the picture like on the large penguin.

In my first tests I did it the same way as you with the <div id=“item1” … but this works for small windows only. If you have a larger screen the snowfall is limited in x direction according to the stage size - see also here: Dropbox - Error - Simplify your life

this is why I have putted the code after the tag - see the result here: Dropbox - Error - Simplify your life

but in this case I need to put the “bild” to z-index=-1

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Hi Alain,
Change the script so that the line that paints the snowflakes on the page gives them a high z-index.

Change;

document.write('<span id="s'+i+'" style="position:absolute;top:-'+snowmaxsize+'px">'+snowletter+'</span>');

to;

document.write('<span id="s'+i+'" style="z-index:999;position:absolute;top:-'+snowmaxsize+'px">'+snowletter+'</span>');

The high z-index should mean that the snowflakes appear over the top of your Freeway content.

The Flurry Action (http://www.freewayactions.com/product.php?id=028) will give you a similar effect but with user defined layers rather than text elements.
Regards,
Tim.

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Hi Tim,

thank you for your hint - this is the easiest way to fix the problem.

I first have used your Flurry Action and everything looked nice in Safari, Chrome and IE9 but in IE6-8 and Firefox the screen start to shake after some time

see here: http://www.michelle-ryser.com/index_snow.html

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Hi Alain,
That should be an easy fix.

Add the following CSS style to your page with the Flurry Action applied to it in Page > HTML Markup > Before ;

<style type="text/css">
<!-- 
body { overflow:hidden; }
-->
</style>

I’ll add this to the Action once I find the original. I think this is an Action that I may have lost the unencoded original for when my raid array died long before I had Time Machine.
Regards,
Tim.

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I first have used your Flurry Action and everything looked nice in Safari, Chrome and IE9 but in IE6-8 and Firefox the screen start to shake after some time


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Hi Tim,

perfect - thank you for your help.

Yep the Time Machine is a very nice feature and I had more than ones before the Time Machine have been introduced the cases where this would have prevented the loss of some my datas.

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Hi Alain,
I’ve updated the original Flurry Action to include this overflow fix mentioned earlier;
http://www.freewayactions.com/product.php?id=028
Regards,
Tim.

On 4 Dec 2012, at 13:44, Alain wrote:

perfect - thank you for your help.


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Hi Tim,

you are great - thank you very much fro your fast help and also modify your action. Everything works perfect.

BR
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Tim - not sure that your fix is a reasonable solution as it makes it impossible to scroll longer pages.

You cannot scroll down the page to download the action!

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Yes, I guess that may be an issue. :slight_smile:
I’ll take a look at that.
Regards,
Tim.

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You cannot scroll down the page to download the action!


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