I don't know how you're adding your iframe...Having done a google search on this problem - it looks like a common issue.
The funny thing is - Google Chrome works perfectly - but IE doesnt.
The help on Likno refers to IE6 - so I am assuming that it is massively outdated?
I have tried adding an action to the iFrame as well as editing the HTML because I could not find what Chuck was referring to when he said
Assign a low z-index to the iframe.
In the style section of the iframe code, enter: z-index:1
If anyone esle has been able to solve this - or if you could please explain what you mean Chuck
I would be very grateful
I tried replacing the iFrame from NetOBjects with one generated by beyond Fusion and then put z-index to the value of 1 in the CSS code/Position/z-index field - but it had no effect.
I also tried to put it into the HTML code - same result.
Could it be an IE9 issue?
Google Chrome works flawlessly
Here is the link to one of the examples (I have now reverted to the NetObjects iFrame)
Are you able to expand - or post an example - or is it true that IE9 "ignores" your solution too?In the style section of the iframe code, enter: z-index:1
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