I've built a suckerfish navigation. It seems to work fine in modern browser but it's hiding behind the content when viewed in ie7 and ie6.

another issue i notice across all browser is the hover state i've applied to the parent link item disappears when my mouse moves down to the secondary nav, is there a way to keep the active state on when i'm scrolling down the secondary nav list?

any help would be much appreciated.

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I resolved this by puting position:relative on the div that contains my drop down menu.

Answered about 7 years ago by Joel Collins
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Have you tried setting z-index on "#navigation li ul" to a positive number?

Answered about 7 years ago by Richard Garside
  • yep already have. doesn't work still. Caleb Wong about 7 years ago
  • DOH! What about changing the z-index of the items it's floating over to a negative number? Richard Garside about 7 years ago
  • You need to set the z-index of every element (near or in the suckerfish) that has a "position" declared in css. Divya Manian about 7 years ago