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    I have tried to apply a higher z-index to my top nav bar than everything else on my site, but it doesn't seem to work. It just continues to show behind other elements on the site. http://www.coltinator.com/

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    In your home.css file, at about line 776 make #menuxmedia have a z-index of 200. That will let the drop-downs show on top of the content.

    The blue divider bar (#topdivider, around line 829 in home.css) is a problem I can't figure out how to solve - if you put a z-index of anything bigger than 1 it cuts across the menu. If you givr it a z-index of 1 it disappears! The page looks just as good without it, so if it were me I'd just take it out and call it good, but if you really want it there, I hope someone else can help you out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AlphaMare, post: 222948
    In your home.css file, at about line 776 make #menuxmedia have a z-index of 200. That will let the drop-downs show on top of the content.

    The blue divider bar (#topdivider, around line 829 in home.css) is a problem I can't figure out how to solve - if you put a z-index of anything bigger than 1 it cuts across the menu. If you givr it a z-index of 1 it disappears! The page looks just as good without it, so if it were me I'd just take it out and call it good, but if you really want it there, I hope someone else can help you out.
    Thank you very much.


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