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    Stacking problem in IE7

    I read an old post on this site about fixing a IE7 bug (see below) that said:

    "On hover, my CSS sub-menu appears behind other page elements below. For example, Products sub-menu is behind the title and thumbnails."

    I am having the same problem (but my knowledge is minimal).

    You're suggestion was to:
    "Place z-index:2 on ul#main-nav to fix it."

    I was wondering if you could tell me if I add the z-index:2 code to my html page or css page?

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    It would be to the css page. If you wanted that to be on top all the time then I would use a higher z-index as in

    z-index: 99;

    then you know that will always appear on top.
    Kind Regards,
    Glen Wheeler
    Engine | Glen Wheeler


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