I have a regular drop-down menu that when it activates, it stacks properly visually, so I think I have the z-indexing correct. However when you start to mouse over the links in the drop-down, as soon as you get to a point where the drop-down is overlapping content underneath, the menu recoils. It doesn't matter if the content below is an a:link or just text in a p tag.
On the flip side when I place just text in p tags in the drop-down container at the areas where content overlaps, there are no issues.
This is only an issue in IE7 (and lower? I'm not testing for IE6). IE8, FF etc. work properly.
Could this still be a z-indexing issue even though it displays properly?
I don't have a link to provide right now as I'm still working on this locally, but just tossing this out there to see if it rings any bells with anyone, to see if I'm missing anything easy/obvious. (I realize I may not get much help until I can provide code)