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Hi,
I created a page containing a menu and a drop-down
list below the menu. When I move the mouse to the
menu, it displays the selection list, but it's
overlapped by the drop-down list, in another word,
it's behind the drop-down list, part of the menu
selection can't be seen. I have tried to use
style="position:relative;", and
<LAYER visibility=hide id=menu1>,
they didn't work.
Any ideas?
Thanks,
Chi
 
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style="visibility:hidden"
layer tag is only supported by Netscape 4.x browsers
use div tag...
selected(dropdowns in Netscape 4.x) are always on top
 
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look at this, I wrote this for someone else on this board
http://www10.brinkster.com/a1ien51/JavaRanch/showhidetoggle.htm
 
Don't get me started about those stupid light bulbs.
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