|Dec 29, 2012, 12:16 AM||#1|
Opacity of a dropdown menu
Been awhile since I've been here but I've got a little problem I can't solve. I've been modifying a new theme for a website (credit to Super Skeleton by Brandon Jones) but am having a problem where the dropdown menu is transparent and you can see the menu below it, making things unreadable.
To see my problem, you can go to this test page: (page no longer exists)
I added several menu items on the second row in order to make the problem more obvious. When you hover over a menu item in the top row, it is transparent (making it hard to read) and when you move your mouse down, the menu interferes with the one below it. Any ideas on how to fix this? I was thinking of maybe implementing some sort of z-index? As far as the transparency goes, at one point I changed all the options I could find to 1, but none of them seemed to have any affect (I have since changed them back to their original values).
CSS for the menu stuff is located at (sf-menu class): (page no longer exists)
Thanks for the help! You guys are awesome on here
Retina Pro 15", iPhone 5
Last edited by Brendon Bauer; Aug 23, 2013 at 07:37 PM. Reason: Problem solved, pages moved to new location
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