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IE7 not displaying fly-out menus correctly, z-index issue?

Posted on 2011-02-28
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My page:

http://www.dbiservices.com/new/deangelobrothersinc

Works great in all browsers, including IE8. Client tells me users with IE7 are showing a problem. Screenshot is attached. I have z-index set already (I think). Any idea what this could be? Thank you!
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Question by:bbdesign
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Here you go. Replace this classes in you css part:

SPAN.mainlinksfly A {
	PADDING-BOTTOM: 4px; BACKGROUND-COLOR: #e7eeda; PADDING-LEFT: 8px; PADDING-RIGHT: 0px; DISPLAY: block; PADDING-TOP: 4px; Z-INDEX: 1000; POSITION: relative;
}
SPAN.mainlinksfly A:hover {
	BACKGROUND-COLOR: #d5e2c0; Z-INDEX: 1000; POSITION: relative;
}
div.bodyleft, div.ph_home3 {
	z-index: -1000;
}

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Basically you need to set z-index and position to span.mainlinksfly a element and also put lower z-index number and of course position on elements which will be overlaid.

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by:bbdesign
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Fixed. Thank you!
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You're welcome and thanks for the points.
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