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Sent by Iorhael on 19 March 2006 03:03


Oh, you're just setting the z-index on the wrong element. Try adding...
>
> #menu-container {z-index: 1;}

Well it looks to me like that's all it was Georg. And you answered something 
I was wondering about too with the high index levels...that was set in the 
code I used from Tedd's site..didn't really understand why 500 was 
needed...I figured you just needed the index number for the number of items 
you were layering (in this case, 2).

I just have to prepare a hack now to correct for IE moving the submenus up 
too high.

Debbie 

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