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June 2, 2013 at 12:37 pm #45148
I have been working on our site http://pineknotmarina.com for over a year now and I cannot get this problem fixed.
I noticed recently that my CSS menu is fine on every single page except my home page.
See it working here: http://pineknotmarina.com/bigbearboatrentals.html
I think this problem has something to do with the z-index but I am a bit of a beginner at CSS so it could be something else I don’t know.
Can anyone offer some suggestions?June 2, 2013 at 12:55 pm #137357wolfcry911Participant
I can’t replicate the problem in FF, Safari, or Chrome on Mac OS X. What browser are you using? If earlier IE, try adding position: relative to both #menuleft and #maincontentJune 2, 2013 at 12:56 pm #137358Paulie_DMember
Without looking at your site yet….Z-index doesn’t take effect unless you set a positioning context IIRC.
Try adding `position:relative` to the elements in question and see what happens.June 8, 2013 at 2:19 pm #138073
does not work here: http://pineknotmarina.com/index.html
works properly here: http://pineknotmarina.com/bigbearboatrentals.html
Are menus typically given a position value?June 8, 2013 at 2:50 pm #138074CrocoDillonParticipant
It works fine here on Windows 8, IE10 (and IE10 in IE9, 8 and 7 mode).June 8, 2013 at 3:04 pm #138075
Maybe it is my system. I made several changes as recommended to the position values and that could have made a difference too. I’ll try it on a couple more systems tonight. Unfortunately, my operating system is vista so I can never really trust it.June 8, 2013 at 4:06 pm #138076SenffParticipant
It’s not working in real older versions of IE (IE7/IE8/IE9 mode in IE10 works just fine).
Yup, that worked. It seems it is mostly my work computer that is having the problem. I tried it on several other platforms and it worked just fine. I changed the positioning to relative too so that might have helped.
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