I'm running into a problem that is apparently well-known, except to me, and of course it's very late in the game.
We have a certain set of users of our website that are very important. They number in the 1's. And they use IE 5.1 on a MAC platform.
There was a hint of a solution somewhere that took a cue from the selectbox problem (hide the selectbox) and it claimed that I could hide the iframe when the menu dropped down. The problem is, it did this for ALL browsers, and it actually only hid the *contents* of the IFRAME and not the IFRAME itself.
Is it possible to hide an entire iframe? I've seen vague hints about using ilayers. This is all archane magic to me, and I've got a whole other list of things to do today, so I'm going to set my line here and hopefully have a nibble.
Why do people leave 'huge changes' until 2 days before the 'drop dead' line???
What mechanism are you using to hide the iframe that's only hiding the content? (Or did you show that and I missed it?) I don't have a Mac handy at the moment to test it, but my first tactic would be to set a style of display:none or visibility:hidden on the iframe (depending on what effect you want when hidden). Is that what you tried? hth, bear [ August 08, 2003: Message edited by: Bear Bibeault ]