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Kit the Human

Help Z-Index not working as expected

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I am so confused.


You need to use a mobile view, so inspect element away!


Open up the menu up top. The menu sits on top of everything except the header's H2 and the forum images. Why?? {
		position: relative;
		z-index: 9999;
		padding-top: 2rem;
		background: rgba(44, 105, 99, 1);
		list-style-type: none;
		text-align: center;
		font-size: 2rem;
		flex-direction: column;
		justify-content: space-between;


I can fix it by getting rid of the relative positioning on both the header and forum images, but they're positioned for a reason. I give them a z-index of 1, and they still appear on top.


I thought that maybe flex was the problem, but removing flex had no effect.


I've tried absolute and fixed positioning for the mobile menu content, with no change.


I'm using Opera. I checked with Firefox, issue still present.


Erm, anything else I can try? Am I missing the obvious?


Edited by Kit the Human

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Ooo you're right! The welcomeblock variable (with the member links like UCP etc) actually works in the footer, I didn't know that.


So I threw the code into the bottom of the footer and it's fixed everything! ....Except for the header link. I don't fancy putting it into a bunch of templates so I'll rethink my header instead. Thank you!

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