problems with drop down menu

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Post 3+ Months Ago

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im havin problems with the drop down menu in the header, it goes behind the imagerotater. is there any way i could fix this without getting rid of the image rotator?
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Try adding wmode="transparent" to your embed code as an attribute and/or <param name="wmode" value="transparent"> to your object and see if that helps.
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What does the z-index do again?
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Z-Index is indeed for stacking elements, but if memory serves me, Flash also has a quirk in that it will still overlay the content, regardless of the z-index value in comparison.
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Bogey wrote:
What does the z-index do again?


It allows to to place elements on top of or behind one another...
http://www.w3schools.com/Css/pr_pos_z-index.asp
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UPSGuy wrote:
Z-Index is indeed for stacking elements, but if memory serves me, Flash also has a quirk in that it will still overlay the content, regardless of the z-index value in comparison.

Oh, I didn't know about that quirk.

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