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Stu:-
Rich A, I think that this is a bug in IE, where forms always appear on top no matter what the z-index order.
(23.06.2005, 09:22)

maarten:-
I just tested this on Netscape 7.0, but there the pop-up disappears as soon as you leave the area where the text "A Pop-up!!" is.
(16.11.2005, 10:34)

brian budd:-
I need three CSS menus on page, top dropdown, bottom drop up and vertical. However they all conflict using ultimate dropdown type. how can I avoid conflicts????
(07.07.2006, 20:33)

Stu:-
brian, why post on the 'alert' page when you have a menu query?
Oh well...the answer is to give each one a unique ul#name and use this at the beginning of each style line.
(07.07.2006, 20:56)

Jason:-
Thanks for the tip!
(15.01.2007, 16:44)

Moris:-
I have added a form on the popup and it works fine in IE7 but in Forefox 2 when one clicks the submit button nothing seems to happen - tho I think it is trying to go to the #nogo
-any ideas
(29.03.2007, 05:54)

Bill:-
I currently have a page that has:

<div style="overflow:auto; height:516px; width:469px;">
<?php include("content.php"); ?>
</div>

In FF1.5 when I put the links on the content.php page the popup expands inside my <div> by placing scrollbars.

In IE6 when I do the same the popups come outside the <div> tag and basically float overtop. I would like this to happen in FF as well, but it does not seem to work.

Bill
(22.05.2007, 21:38)

Bill:-
I fixed this issue by making the position:static; in the a#popup. I guess it is not really a fix but more a work-around so that they all popup in the same location on the screen.
(23.05.2007, 20:34)

toothe:-
I have used a similiar method to display dates on a cal. problem i have is say days 10 and 11 both have popups the 11 is visible under the text. anyone got any ideas?
(25.09.2007, 11:18)

David Hancock:-
Looking for a shopping cart detail, multi-view script, such as one would see on a shoe store cart. Click (or autoplay) the shoe style item for mutliple views, global views, such as side, top, sole, angle, etc.

Does this make sense? I've seen such a script and I believe it was a demo on your CSS Play site.
(27.04.2012, 16:24)

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