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    Senior Coder nikos101's Avatar
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    Netscape IE 6+7 zindex bug

    Hi once again!

    I find that in IE 6+7 if I have a div with a non background image and z index of 0, these images will be displayed on top of an overlapping div with a background colour and a z index of 2000. This should not be happening.

    Any advice?


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    Please post your sample code and explain on the basis of that
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    set the z-index to 1, 0 doesn't always seem to work, just has the implied meaning that it's position in the file will determine its actual z-index
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    I've tried what you said but no change. Please see this for my problem in IE 6 or 7

    The login and registered images are incorrectly placed on top of the drop down menu on the home and support button.
    I would be very grateful for any further assistance you could give


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    Ok I have solved some of my woes. What I had to do was wrap the two divs in a relative positioned div and remove the relative properties of the main inner divs.



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