The links are not within the iframe, they are behind the iframe? I'm surprised to hear that you can click any links in any browser behind an iframe... if the links are covered up, they're covered up (whether you can see them or not).
If you insist on using iframes (which I don't recommend), why not make where users can drag the iframe to the side to access the links... which honestly sounds like a lot of work for the user, but that may be the only solution concerning iframes.
I have scratching my head for weeks over this.
Nobody seems to know.
Originally I had this included in my pages but every time I wished to alter the links it involved a serious amount of copying and pasting.
I decided to call on this menu for each page leaving me only one page to edit. The navigation menu.
Presently I have the iframe transparent it works in all browsers including ie. In fact it works in ie better than it does in mozilla browsers, why how can that be you may ask?
The main page content contains links. These links operate fine in ie but in other browsers they do not. The links that do not work are behind the iframe area. I have reduced the area as much as possible but the frame flows over into the page content and that content containd links. The only links that do not work on the page are the ones behind the iframe.
My site is cross browser and from 640 x 480 resolution upwards compatible.
Has anybody got any ideas please?
I am having trouble adding php includes to my site and really do not want to go there at the moment. So I am looking for an iframe solution.
Thanks in advance.