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overlapping nested list problem in ie

Hi

I have expanded an suckerfish-type menu ( http://testwww.sogn.vgs.no?p=first
), but I have a problem with Internet Explorer. I believe it is
because of the z-index-problem. Am I correct? Can anyone suggest a
solution where nested list overlap? Why do the first list entry not
overlap?

I have used several hours on this problem. Normaly that means I will
solve it tomorrow within the first five minuttes.

Regards.
Tor

(I have only tested with ie7, but I will test ie6 as well.)

Apr 5 '07 #1
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On 5 Apr, 18:00, "torbs" <torches...@gmail.comwrote:
Hi

I have expanded an suckerfish-type menu (http://testwww.sogn.vgs.no?p=first
), but I have a problem with Internet Explorer. I believe it is
because of the z-index-problem. Am I correct? Can anyone suggest a
solution where nested list overlap? Why do the first list entry not
overlap?

I have used several hours on this problem. Normaly that means I will
solve it tomorrow within the first five minuttes.

Regards.
Tor

(I have only tested with ie7, but I will test ie6 as well.)


To view the menu - press the orb.

Apr 5 '07 #2
On 5 Apr, 18:03, "torbs" <torches...@gmail.comwrote:
On 5 Apr, 18:00, "torbs" <torches...@gmail.comwrote:
Hi
I have expanded an suckerfish-type menu (http://testwww.sogn.vgs.no?p=first
), but I have a problem with Internet Explorer. I believe it is
because of the z-index-problem. Am I correct? Can anyone suggest a
solution where nested list overlap? Why do the first list entry not
overlap?
I have used several hours on this problem. Normaly that means I will
solve it tomorrow within the first five minuttes.
Regards.
Tor
(I have only tested with ie7, but I will test ie6 as well.)

To view the menu - press the orb.
SOLVED.

It was the ie z-index bug. Why have they not fixed this in ie7?

I removed every position:relative and z-index except for hoover/active
state

Apr 6 '07 #3

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