On 5 Jul 2007, at 9:36 am, ron zisman wrote:
> On Jul 5, 2007, at 3:46 AM, Ian Piper wrote:
>> On 4 Jul 2007, at 11:13 pm, Ian Piper wrote:
>> Can anyone suggest how I should do the z-index to make sure none of
>> the thumbnails show above any of the popped up images?
> Basically: you should layer only on :hover, with 'position:
> relative; z-index: 1;' as basic :hover style, and leave the non-
> hovered elements/links 'position: static'.
> That should solve all layering problems.
> NOTE: It is important that you clean up your source code ((x)html)
> a bit before making any further changes to CSS, as no development-
> tools -- at least none of mine -- will have anything to do with
> your page as it is now. It certainly isn't xhtml 1.0 you've got there.
> The regular HTML validator reports 45 errors, and the new beta
> version reports 68 errors. That's simply too many errors -- even if
> not all of them are real, individual, errors.
> There should be no errors in an xhtml document.
Thanks Georg. I will try these ideas out.
Regarding the xhtml errors, I completely agree. You will probably
have noticed that all of those validation errors come from the use of
a flash-based logo. I did advise my client about this, but they
insisted on having the logo, and I haven't found any useful way to
get a flash logo like this one to validate on a web page.
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