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Fun n' Games w/ IE 6

Thread began 8/23/2009 10:05 pm by htp372188 | Last modified 8/25/2009 1:04 pm by Jimmy Wu | 1659 views | 3 replies |

htp372188

Fun n' Games w/ IE 6

Hello All,

There is probably a simple reason for this problem but I just don't see it.

I've checked this in IE 8 but in IE 6, my content container seems to overlap my right-hand column for some reason.

A good example of this may be found at officers.php though it happens to some degree on all other pages as well.

For your information/amusement, I have attached a copy of my CSS.

Thanks in advance for any help/suggestions.

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bni.zip
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Jimmy Wu

In your bni.css file, if you set the position and then z-index of the right column to be greater than the z-index of the content, the right column will show up over the content.

You may also need to make some other minor size changes on the items within your page to make this work correctly.

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htp372188

Problem Sorted!

Jimmy,
A substantial portion of CSS problems are due to people (like me) overlooking the obvious (like Z-INDEX).

Your suggestion combined with a bit of twiddling the style for the <div> containing the CSS Menu did the trick. I had run down the size road last night & your z-index suggestion did the trick.

Thank you for your help!

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Jimmy Wu

glad to hear it. If you have any other issues feel free to post a new thread or post here if its related.

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