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Question #258

My Pop Menu Magic menu sub-menus go behind other parts of my page. Is there a fix for this?

The Answer

Prepared Jan. 2009 by Al Sparber, PVII

If you use absolute or relatively positioned elements on your page, including some PVII panel widgets, your PMM sub-menus could go behind those elements. The latest version of Pop Menu Magic 2 takes care of this programmatically. Make sure you have the latest version

If you have the menu inside a container you created and you have a mix of positioned elements on the page you probably need to assign your container a relative position and a high z-index. For example, if you inserted your menu inside a DIV called "menuwrapper", edit your #menuwrapper style rule like this:

#menuwrapper {
position: relative;
z-index: 9999999;
}

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