Last post Apr 11, 2007 10:47 AM by benderm
Apr 11, 2007 10:47 AM|benderm|LINK
I have a CSS Friendly adapted horizontal menu that has 3 tiers, the 3rd tier has a css definition of:
/*menu style of the 3rd tier */
.MainMenu .AspNet-Menu-Horizontal ul.AspNet-Menu ul ul
Since the top is -1.5em, which I do want since there are more than a couple of elements in the 3rd tier, I get an overlap of the 3rd tier and the 1st tier with the 1st tier's text overlapping the 3rd tier menu... I have tried to set the z-indexes of both
the 3rd and 1st tiers to insure that the 3rd tier would be above the 1st but nothing changed in the end result because I'm pretty sure the adapter ignores z-indexes. Can anyone help with this problem. It doesn't seems too difficult, but might be since the
adapter is involved.
Thanks for the help!