Internet Explorer z-index problem

Discussion in 'Web Design and Development' started by John444, Aug 13, 2012.

  1. John444 macrumors member

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    Hey everyone, I made a menu using CSS and html unordered lists and it has a drop down menu (a nested unordered list inside one of the HTML li 's ). Right under the drop down menu is a dreamweaver spry UI slideshow.

    Without z-index, when you hover over the drop down link, the drop down part is hidden under the slideshow. However by giving the li that contains the drop down links a z-index of 100 and then giving the slideshow a z-index of 50, it seemed to make the drop down come over the slideshow, as it should.
    This works in all browsers except Internet Explorer 7 and under.

    Why? and how do I fix this? I want the drop down menu to be overtop of the slideshow in IE 7 and all the other browsers.

    (I hate IE, however some people still use it, and I want it to work for them too)

    please help me fix this bug,
    thanks
     
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