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Using z-index To Place Page on Top

 
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I am using the following code but even if variable zp = 10000 it still places called div under the calling div

 
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Is it a positioned element?

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Eric Pascarello wrote:Is it a positioned element?

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Thanks for the quick reply.
#genericListDisplay is a div tag so I think the answer is yes.
 
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Steve Dyke wrote:

Eric Pascarello wrote:Is it a positioned element?

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Thanks for the quick reply.
#genericListDisplay is a div tag so I think the answer is yes.



I think the answer is no.

Did you set position to one of the following: absolute, relative, or fixed?

Eric
 
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Eric Pascarello wrote:

Steve Dyke wrote:

Eric Pascarello wrote:Is it a positioned element?

Eric



Thanks for the quick reply.
#genericListDisplay is a div tag so I think the answer is yes.



I think the answer is no.

Did you set position to one of the following: absolute, relative, or fixed?

Eric



Here is my css code for the div

 
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So you did set the position. I was wrong.

What browser is the problem happening in and what is in the div that is sitting on top of this one?

Eric
 
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Eric Pascarello wrote:So you did set the position. I was wrong.

What browser is the problem happening in and what is in the div that is sitting on top of this one?

Eric



Eric, I must apologize to you for taking time to help me and at the same time thank you for indirectly helping me figure this out. When I went to copy the css code that defines the div sitting on top of this one guess what I found? I found out that I had set the z-index of that div to 10000 but did not remember doing it. This app is huge relative to my thinking(1400 files) and I can't remember what I did six months ago.

I am glad that there is a place for me seek answers and learn little by little.

God bless.
 
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Firebug is a great tool for finding out what styles are being applied to an element. Probably would have made this quicker to find.
 
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