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I am getting a problem with the IE6 z-index property on position: absolute. Does anyone have an idea to tack such a problem?
You can see the problem on
https://www.glorioushimalaya.com/trekking-and-hiking/everest-base-camp-trek/
when we hover the menu that goes back to the animated images. I had tried many ways but not get the problem to solve.
Expecting any idea to solve in this forum

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IE6

For all practical purposes, IE6 no longer exists. It has been superseded many times. In fact MSFT has even abandoned their own browser engine, adopting Google's Chrome engine. I would be surprised if any of your client's customers use a fifteen year old, obsolete browser.

If you have compelling reason that requires you to support an obsolete browser, you will do best by choosing another means of presenting your menu. I speak as someone who made his living making IE6 appear to actually work.

gary

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