IE 6 z-index bug

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11/13/2009 9:58:06 AM
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IE 6 z-index bug

Hi All,

Got a question for the CSS gurus. I'm using the superfish for dropdown subnavs, but in IE6 they are hiding behind a slideshow on the homepage. The only way I've found to bring them forward is to set the z-index to -1. But when I do that, the pause-on-hover no longer works on the slideshow and linked buttons that are positioned over the slide images don't work. Anyone tackled the dreaded "z-index bug" in IE6?

Thanks,

John

11/15/2009 8:22:56 PM
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Re: IE 6 z-index bug

Here's the answer: delete IE6 and install IE8 :)   Just kidding, but not really. My suckerfish menu doesn't work right in IE6 either after a lot of effort, but I stopped caring.

11/16/2009 1:01:17 PM
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Re: IE 6 z-index bug

I think I like your first answer. We just may rely on the sitemap to get to anything past the top level for the knuckleheads that can't update their FREE software.

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