On May 17, 2010, at 9:10 PM, Rick Gordon wrote:
> I've been reworking a Blogger template using an absolute positioning approach, and somewhere in my
revision, links near the top of the layout have become unclickable and inactive. For instance, the
title and darker text in the masthead, the profile picture to the right of that, the "share button"
below that, and the top book to the right of that do not respond as if they are links. Everything
lower still works. I'm thinking that it's like some invisible object is blocking clicks from the
visible items beneath it.
> The hierarchy is:
> #outer-wrapper (relative)
> #main (posts)
> The test blog is at http://testlloyd.blogspot.com
Any good reason why #outer-wrapper has a z-index:-1000? It ends up behind <body> which is basically
transparent (but you can't click through).
Set it to '0' or remove the z-indes altogether should fix that issue.
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