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IE 7 CSS layers not working

Posted on 2011-03-22
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Hi everybody: I've got a pretty simple page with a javascript drop down menu and a javascript slide show. The slide show is laying on top of my drop down, and I can't figure out why. I've tried changing the z-index to no avail. Everything works great in all later versions of IE, Firefox and Safari. Help please? This client is a tough nut, and I'm on a tight, tight deadline. Thanks.

Page is located at http://www.carrollorganization.com/menuTest03d.php
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First validate your page: http://jigsaw.w3.org/css-validator/

You have 9 CSS errors. Fix those and you my fix your problem.
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The issue did have to do with CSS, but not with the errors this person pointed out. I did have to find out which stylesheet targeted the situation, which allowed the problem to be solved.
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Glad you found the problem.
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