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BOOK: Beginning CSS: Cascading Style Sheets for Web Design ISBN: 978-0-7645-7642-3
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My site uses a drop down menu (see: http://gostzmail.home.att.net ). There are 6 main menu items that remain at the top of the page at all times. The 3 drop down menus on the left go from left to right while the 3 drop down menus on the right go from right to left. In Firefox 2.0.0.3 all works well. In ie7 the top of the drop down menu "hides" behind the adjacent main menu for those 3 on the left while the tops of the 3 on the right go over the main menu. I have a z-index of 2 for the[list] on the main menu and a z-index of 3 for the[list] on the drop down menu. Am I doing something wrong or is this just one of those things that Microsoft needs to do to get up to speed?
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