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My menu is disappearing. Why?

Posted on 2014-03-27
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Head out to http://www.brucegust.com/partners/header.php. Click on the any of the links in the nav bar and you'll see what's happening. When the pulldown comes down, the bottom portion gets lost at the bottom of the header. I've changed my z-index and to no avail.

Thoughts?

Stylesheet is at http://www.brucegust.com/partners/stylesheet.css

Thanks!
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Gary earned 350 total points
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Remove all the z-index-ing you have
Primarily from
#marquee_background {}
and
#carousel_background {}

...but I don't see a need for any of it.

Only ever add z-index if you need to control the layering on a particular element and only on that element or its container.
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by:ravikantninave
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Just remove
z-index: 150; from  #header_top
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