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CSS unordered list issue in IE

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On my site at http://www.cleverpapers.com I'm implementing a horizontal nav menu styled with CSS; check out the top nav item named "wedding & custom invitations" for an example. It's all working fine on the Mac in FF3, Chrome5 & Safari5, but it's breaking in IE7 on the PC -- you'll see that the <ul><li><ul> appears *under* the logo graphic and masthead photo. Help!
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@darren-w-: That's it, it was a z-index issue. Thanks.
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