[WSG] z-index bug in webkit?

2011-07-21 Thread tee
I have never experienced z-index issue before in webkit browsers and this one really got me. It's been two days still haven't been able to solve. Visit from Chorme or Safari, the slideshow has a transparent layer for texts. I do believe the z-indx order is correct because it works for IE6/7.

Re: [WSG] z-index bug in webkit?

2011-07-21 Thread Al Sparber
On 7/21/2011 10:10 PM, tee wrote: I have never experienced z-index issue before in webkit browsers and this one really got me. It's been two days still haven't been able to solve. Visit from Chorme or Safari, the slideshow has a transparent layer for texts. I do believe the z-indx order is

Re: [WSG] z-index bug in webkit?

2011-07-21 Thread tee
http://bit.ly/nX5se0 On Jul 21, 2011, at 7:21 PM, Al Sparber wrote: On 7/21/2011 10:10 PM, tee wrote: I have never experienced z-index issue before in webkit browsers and this one really got me. It's been two days still haven't been able to solve. Visit from Chorme or Safari, the

[WSG] Z-index

2008-09-04 Thread Laert Jansen
Hello everyone! I got a problem here. I´m trying to get the header of my website fixed at the top on a z-index but it´s not working. My website iswww.laertjansen.com http://www.laertjansen.com%20 I just want to fix the info at the top but what happens can be seen

Re: [WSG] Z-index

2008-09-04 Thread tee
On Sep 4, 2008, at 4:44 PM, Laert Jansen wrote: The Header´s css is: #header { margin:auto; width:894px; margin-bottom:26px; position:fixed; z-index:100; Impressive work The Jacob Ferreira is very barackobama though. Is barackobama.com your work? One of my client

Re: [WSG] Z-index

2008-09-04 Thread William Donovan
you may need to put some more positioning on the header and some leading room above the folio to account for the gap required for FF and IE7 and possibly others. I'd ask the question on the relevance of maintaining the header as it is so large and will take up a lot of screen real estate

[WSG] z-index problem with dropdown menu

2007-11-04 Thread John Faulds
http://www.tyssendesign.com.au/sites/evolved/sax/ I can't figure out why the dropdowns fall behind the content below them. Can anybody see what I'm obviously missing? :? Cheers John -- Tyssen Design www.tyssendesign.com.au Ph: (07) 3300 3303 Mb: 0405 678 590

Re: [WSG] z-index problem with dropdown menu

2007-11-04 Thread Chris Knowles
John Faulds wrote: http://www.tyssendesign.com.au/sites/evolved/sax/ I can't figure out why the dropdowns fall behind the content below them. seems to me like the dropdowns need a firm hand - try: http://www.saxleather.com.au/index.php?page=homesubrange=crops Can anybody see what I'm

Re: [WSG] z-index problem with dropdown menu

2007-11-04 Thread Chris Knowles
John Faulds wrote: http://www.tyssendesign.com.au/sites/evolved/sax/ I can't figure out why the dropdowns fall behind the content below them. Can anybody see what I'm obviously missing? :? Hi John, I'd have a look at setting a z-index on #sidebar2 (I don't think you have one). Because it

Re: [WSG] z-index problem with dropdown menu

2007-11-04 Thread John Faulds
I've z-indexed just about everything on the page to no avail so far. On Mon, 05 Nov 2007 14:35:31 +1000, Chris Knowles [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: John Faulds wrote: http://www.tyssendesign.com.au/sites/evolved/sax/ I can't figure out why the dropdowns fall behind the content below them. Can

Re: [WSG] z-index problem with dropdown menu

2007-11-04 Thread Al Sparber
From: John Faulds [EMAIL PROTECTED] I've z-indexed just about everything on the page to no avail so far. #header { position: relative; z-index: 999; } -- Al Sparber - PVII http://www.projectseven.com Extending Dreamweaver - Nav Systems | Galleries | Widgets Authors: 42nd Street: Mastering

RE: [WSG] z-index problem with dropdown menu

2007-11-04 Thread Thierry Koblentz
John Faulds wrote: http://www.tyssendesign.com.au/sites/evolved/sax/ I can't figure out why the dropdowns fall behind the content below them. Can anybody see what I'm obviously missing? :? Hi John, It's a stacking context issue [1], so increasing the z-index value of the dropdown won't

Re: [WSG] z-index problem with dropdown menu

2007-11-04 Thread John Faulds
#header { position: relative; z-index: 999; } I've z-indexed just about everything on the page to no avail so far. Right, well obviously I hadn't. I could've sworn I'd done that for #header as well. Oh well, thanks for the extra sets of eyes guys! :) -- Tyssen Design

[WSG] z-index conflict in IE6 with positioned elements

2006-03-13 Thread Ted Drake
Hi everyone. Ive been struggling with some z-indexed, positioned elements that are getting obscured by content further down the page in IE6. After doing a bit of research, I came across these two sites: http://www.aplus.co.yu/css/z-pos/index.php

Re: [WSG] Z-index Problem

2005-03-04 Thread Genau Lopes Jr.
You are using the same z-indez number in both classes. You should use different z-index numbuer for each absolute div. att, Genau L. Jr www.meucarronovo.com.br James Oppenheim wrote: Hi all, I am having trouble with css z-index. Here is a portion of it: img.y { position: absolute; top:

RE: [WSG] z-index problem

2005-02-24 Thread Trusz, Andrew
-Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Gallagher, Robin Sent: Thursday, February 24, 2005 12:49 AM To: 'wsg@webstandardsgroup.org' Subject: [WSG] z-index problem Hi I've got a 3-column page with footer: #leftcol { clear: both

[WSG] z-index problem

2005-02-23 Thread Gallagher, Robin
Hi I've got a 3-column page with footer: #header { position: relative; background-color: #33ccff; background-image: url(crest_banner1.jpg); background-repeat: no-repeat; height: 100px; border-bottom: 1px solid #fff; z-index: 190; }

[WSG] Z-Index in IE - Got a problem need help

2004-09-05 Thread Jay Hills
Hello, After reading DWWS (Zeldman) and fiddling around with some DOM script, I've got a series of tabs which when clicked reveal a menu underneath, using toggling of the CSS display element. (display: none; and display: ; is toggled). I used Z-index 1 for the tab, and Z-index 2 for the

[WSG] Z-Index in IE - Got a problem need help

2004-09-05 Thread Jay Hills
Hello, After reading DWWS (Zeldman) and fiddling around with some DOM script, I've got a series of tabs which when clicked reveal a menu underneath, using toggling of the CSS display element. (display: none; and display: ; is toggled). I used Z-index 1 for the tab, and Z-index 2 for the

Re: [WSG] Z-Index in IE - Got a problem need help

2004-09-05 Thread Peter Asquith
Jay Hills wrote: You can use Mozilla/Firefox/Opera to see what I mean at http://www.ikonik.net/2/. It works in Internet Explorer but the tabs 'flicker'. Is this a problem with the Z-index in IE or have I done something else wrong with my CSS? link: http://www.ikonik.net/2/css/visual.css. Hi Jay

[WSG] Z-Index?

2004-08-16 Thread Ikonik.net
Hello, While test viewing some future pages on an XDAII PDA, I saw the content text was being pushed away under a sidebar. This is probably due to my 'let's-use-margins-for-positioning' habit. Therefore I decided to start using z-index to push the main text to the 'front' when the layout is

[WSG] Z-Index

2004-08-16 Thread Jay Hills
Hello, While test viewing some future pages on an XDAII PDA, I saw the content text was being pushed away under a sidebar. This is probably due to my 'let's-use-margins-for-positioning' habit. Therefore I decided to start using z-index to push the main text to the 'front' when the layout