On 7/26/07, jennifer ham [EMAIL-REMOVED]> wrote:
> Here's the page (css is embedded):
> Basically what happens in IE is that ONLY the last popup layer appears
> over the other images on the page (which are relatively positioned).
> All the others are hidden by the relatively positioned divs/images
> that come after in the source.
> What's the best and most elegant way to solve this problem?
I'm answering my own question in the hopes that someone might have a
better answer. I was able to make it work by dropping the relative
positioning of the thumbnails, and positioning each popup absolutely
based on the corners of the box that contains all the thumbnails (the
"clisting" div which is now relatively positioned).
You can see it here:
The reason I don't like this is that I have to explicitly state the
top and left position of EACH popup div individually. Is there no
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