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    Question z-index, asp and js

    i have done a pop up menu in js where it pops up when u do mouseover on an image.the thing is that there are many images next to eachother which all have this mouseover pop up menus.

    in the first instance i used z-index but this caused the problem of images overlapping the menus. then i deleted all the z-indexes as someone suggested me to do so. it worked well with html page but when it came to my asp pages the images without z-index didn't even show the mouseover behaviour.

    does anyone has an idea about what i should do?

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    ASP just returns HTML to the client, so look at the source code of a page in your browser to see what's being returned, and compare it to the HTML that worked. Probably something was left out of your ASP code.
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    no i don't think there is problem with my asp it is just with z-index thing if i don't use it it doesn't show the mouseover behaviour.

    my asp read the values from some other page that if it is checked then in the current page it puts the images with mouseover beahaviour.

    with z-index everything works but images overlap my menus

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    Vague descriptions will get you vague answers, if you want exact help then you need to provide a link where the code can be examined or paste the offending code into a message.

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