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roryreiff
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Hi there,

At the following page (http://pomona.edu/dev/home/index-10-test.asp) I have a map with absolutely positioned hotspots placed above it. These hotspots, colored red to stand out for testing, appear as expected in all browsers except IE. I have a feeling this has something to do with the z-index, yet I have done hours of tweaking all the elements (changing z-index and positioning) and nothing has made a difference. I am stuck as to what is the issue here. I know that IE implements it's own stacking order, but doesn't IE8 not have this issue? All versions of IE are displaying this problem for me. Any help is greatly appreciated.

If needed, I can post some css/html, but all is at the site. I am not sure what one would need pulled out to help identify the issue. Thanks for any help you can give.

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Z problem

Been there, had this.

IE sometimes doesn't like it. What I ended up doing was changing the numbers... instead of 1-2, I used 2-3.

It worked. good luck

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Hi flmcglone562, Can you

Hi flmcglone562,

Can you elaborate a bit on your solution? Thanks,

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anyone have ideas? I am still

anyone have ideas? I am still frustratingly stuck with this problem. Thanks for any help you might be able to give!!!