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ie 10 css hacks

I have an issue with IE 10 not responding to z-index and positioning the way other browsers do.

I would like to place in my CSS specific entries if the browser is greater than IE8  But I have not been able to find any documentation to help me with this.

Any ideas?
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Robert Granlund

8/22/2022 - Mon
Adrian Crabtree

Is this element within a parent element? If it is, try giving the parent element a higher z-index.
Robert Granlund

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@acrab That was a promising idea but it did not work.  It changed nothing.
Adrian Crabtree

Do you have a live example of this? I might be able to help you further if I can see the markup and styles.
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Robert Granlund

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if you goto www.quilterlabs.com in ie10 you will see on the left hand side an audio amplifier that is pushed way down.  If you look at the site in FF or Chrome it is where it should be.
Adrian Crabtree

Also if it's nested even further, try giving all those elements a higher z-index.
Adrian Crabtree

Try adding a position and z-index for #index_sidebar
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Thanks so much!  It was right in front of me all of the time!!!