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I created a drop down menu, but the images in the HTML interfere with the menu. The drop down items fall behind the image.

If anyone can tell me how I can make the items appear over the image, it would be appreciated.

Here is the link: http://turnkeyelite.com/menus Mouse over All About SEO.

Thanks for any help!

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hi websteve, looks like this

hi websteve,
looks like this is fixed now.

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Hi Tony. Well, it may look

Hi Tony. Well, it may look like it was fixed, but there are actually 6 more items below the last one that you see, which is Page Refresh. Under that, the others end up behind the video image and I have no idea how to bring them forward in front of the image.

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Cannot replicate

Like Tony, I see the whole drop-down; including the six links below 'refresh'.

Is there a particular browser in which you're seeing the problem?

cheers,

gary

If your web page is as clever as you can make it, it's probably too clever for you to debug or maintain.

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Sorry, I forgot to mention.

Sorry, I forgot to mention. It happens in IE and Chrome, but not in Firefox or Safari.