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    Question Flash menu overlap problem in FF & IE7

    Hi Experts,

    Please have a look at this page.

    I am facing very strange problem here. When I mouse over the 2nd button, a sub menu appears. In FF, the breadcrumbs show up over the sub menu while in IE7 the breadcrumbs show up behind the sub menu. 2ndly, this problem is exactly reverse in case of the page heading. Sub menu appears behind the heading in IE7 & in FF, it appears in front of the heading.

    I tried Z-INDEX but that didn't work Somebody please help me how can I fix above issues.

    Thanks

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    this is your menu class

    .topMenu {
    padding: 0 0 0 0;
    width:940px;
    height:80px;
    position: reltive;
    }

    in this class i dont see Z-index anywhere.

    also spelling of relative is incorrect.

    vineet

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    Yes, that class does not do anything. I applied the z-index on breadcrumbs. The menu is in flash & I understand that applying z-index on flash container i.e. "topMenu" will not work. This is why I applied that on breadcrumbs but that didn't work either.

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    give less z-index for breadcrumb and more for the drop down (if needed this much more z-index:10000,
    this should work


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