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    Question Something's gone wonky - nothing is clickable...

    Hi there,
    I went to do some updates to a client site last night and discovered something very strange and troubling:

    The whole top portion of the site appears to no longer be clickable. In FireFox, the drop-down menu items are also now hidden behind other content, but in Safari it's fine. However, in Safari, the whole background area has become very strange and pixelated. It almost looks like it's corrupt.

    This is a WordPress site. When I am logged in and viewing the homepage, the admin bar appears down near the footer area.

    It's like the site has a transparent div or something that's interfering with a bunch of stuff, but I can't seem to locate it. I haven't added anything myself, so I'm wondering if it somehow became corrupt?

    In any case, this is the URL: ICE Custom Sportswear - Jerseys, bottoms, tri kits, etc.

    I would love some guidance. I'm assuming this is CSS because of the menu visibility stuff, and thinking it's some sort of errant div. But if this question belongs elsewhere, please do let me know.

    Thanks in advance.

    ~Laura

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    You’ve just gotta love crappy Wordpress plugins that carelessly override sitewide styles.

    There is a rule in http://www.icesportswear.com/wp-cont...mo-animate.css on line 15 (the first rule in that stylesheet) which is causing this z-index kind of issue in Firefox (although the main menu items are still clickable for me) – at least disabling that rule made the dropdown appear on top of the content again.

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    Thank you so much! I have disabled and deleted the offending plugin and everything seems to be working fine now. arrrrgh! But on the other hand...WOOOT!!


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