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2nd level of menu disappears behind Iframe

Thread began 9/25/2010 11:52 am by SaintKelley | Last modified 9/27/2010 10:55 am by Jason Byrnes | 1699 views | 3 replies |

SaintKelley

2nd level of menu disappears behind Iframe

test.html
menu works good except 2nd level disapears behind iframe photo gallery in central column. Is there any way to make the 2nd level appear on TOP of the photo gallery?

Thank you in advance!!!
Kelley

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

this is a limitation in the ways iFrames work in Internet Explorer.

An iFrame is a windowed object so will always be displayed above other elements on the page, the iFrames stacking order on the page is always going to be in front of everything else.


if you must use an iFrame, you could use javascript to hide it while the mouse is over the menu.

add an id to the iFrame:

<iframe width="428" height="321" src="http://saintkelley.jalbum.net/Finished%20Wood%20Slideshow" frameBorder="0" scrolling="no" id="myIframe">



then add mousover and mouseout events to hide and show the iFrame on the main menu UL:

<ul class="level-0" id="cssmw" onmouseover="document.getElementById('myIframe').style.display='none' " onMouseOut="document.getElementById('myIframe').style.display='block'">
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SaintKelley

Thanks!

Thanks Jason! I appreciate your help! Its the one reason I use your products because I know you are quick to help when problems arise.

Kelley

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

you're welcome.

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