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Last post May 29, 2009 05:50 PM by RaeKC
May 24, 2009 07:58 PM|LINK
I thought I had fixed my breadcrumb display finally by the suggestion of using the z index at the thread below:
But I just noticed that by adding that z index, now my little theme box control which is in the lower right corner of header area, now is hidden by my menu banner area. If I re-set the top value back to 140 as follows:
position: relative; /*relative;*/
top: 140px; /* have to move to 140 to see breadcrumb - it won't display in centercol */
then I can see the theme control, but the menu is too high up on my header and the breadcrumb displays on the header instead of the center column content area.
If I set the top from 140 to 150, then the bread crumb can fall on the center column content area and displays nicely as it should, but the menu banner covers up the theme control.
I guess the theme control needs to be up higher on the page than the menu is to be visible above the menu bar. But it seems that the same style that controls, one controls the other so I can't display them differently.
How/where can I change that control's position?
May 29, 2009 05:50 PM|LINK
Is there a way to control the behavior of the theme alone, not part of the header? I need to push the theme up and leave the header at 150 and move the theme to140.