I'm almost done experimenting on how make the slideshow background clickable http://www.gracetous.org/test/ but I was hoping the mega menu dropdown will show up without adjusting the height since its responsive, is there any hope to this?

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I am trying to change the order of the stack using z-index. as my HTML, CSS and javascript function show in the code below. The three tables are all read into the same location, with only the last table being printed on the screen, since all tables use a white background. I am calling onMouseOver() and want to change the z-index to pop that table to the top of the stack. The code below is not changing the z-index, what am I doing wrong? Thanks for any help. <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/loose.dtd"> <html lang="en"> <head> <title>table …

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I'm trying to add a floating menu that spans 100% and sticks to the top of the page, but the content that's meant to flow behind the menu keeps going to the front in older versions of IE. I notice Forbes.com fixes this issue by having their "sticky" menu just disappear and scroll up in IE http://www.forbes.com/home_usa/ I wouldn't mind that fix, but I can't seem to do either. My website is http://www.thekidwhofoundabasketball.blogspot.com/p/book-summary.html and I'm thinking the trouble might be the z-index of the page's text because the content background is not transparent and it flows behind the navmenu very …

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I am having trouble with stacking: [Example](http://jsfiddle.net/YMrLd/10/) I need to get **class_span** to have a higher stacking order than **class_div**. I tried to change the z-index but with no luck. Does any one know of any solutions?

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I have been trying to get the sponser logos (Vail, Oakley, etc.) on [www,noahhoffman.com](http://www.noahhoffman.com) to link to their respective websites for the past few days and have run into an issue. Even though the images are linked they are unclickable. I think this is an issue to do with the z-index but it could be something entirly different. If you could take a look at the site and help me hunt down the issue I world really apreciate it. Thanks

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Hi, At the site of Marc O'Polo ([url]http://www.marc-o-polo.com[/url]) you can find the header of footer sticked to the top and bottom of website. How to do it? Just use z-index attribute?

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hi, how to display a div on top off all the other content? i tried [ICODE]style=" position:relative; left:0px; top:0px; z-index:100;"[/ICODE] which didn't work, then when i used position:absolute; it worked but, it displays in a totaly in appropriate position because of position:absolute . how can i make this happen? when i use position:relative; all the other content under it jumps down... much appreciate reply...

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HTML... [CODE]<div class="title"> <h2>Texytyuyft</h2> </div>[/CODE] CSS... [CODE].title { position: absolute; height: 14%; width: 65%; left: 5%; top: 5%; background-color: #E8E8E8; z-index: 119; border-top-left-radius: 10px; border-top-right-radius: 10px; } .title h2 { position: absolute; color: #000000; z-index: 1200; }[/CODE] For some reason the text keeps going under the background. How can I bring the text above the background #E8E8E8? I tried using z-index, but it didn't work.

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Hello I have been looking around for a solution to my problem but I don't seem to have hit the right one. Not sure really whether this is a jQuery issue either, as opposed to an html / css one, but here goes: Simply put, I have a navmenu whereby I am using a jQuery plugin (called spasticnav ... can't say I like the name, but there you go) and when applying this to [URL="http://www.electricmayhemsolutions.net"]my site[/URL] it all seems to work fine in Opera, IE8 and 9, Firefox but when opening it up in Chrome the "blob" doesn't render properly …

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Hi there, I'm currently building a storefront for the following site: www.rjthompsonmusic.com/store/store2 I'm having a little trouble with the z-index of the dropdown menu (when you hover over HOME of MUSIC in the store). I've set the z-index of the menu to 1000 which works fine in IE8, Safari, FF, and Chrome, but it still displays behind part of the images below in IE7 and earlier, and Opera. Any help would be awesome. (ps. you need to close the blue instructions box before you'll be able to see what I mean) Many thanks.

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Hi, I dont know what is the Z-index? Can you explain with an example,

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