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    z-index help

    I am trying to figure out why my ratings float above my drop-down menu's in IE. All other browsers act correctly but IE. Any ideas?

    http://www.unitednow.com/product/816...y-goggles.aspx

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    Try setting the z-index of the class ".heart-rating small-heart" to a value lower the that of your top navigation.

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    Smile Z-index

    many time z-index con't work in ie due to some errors.

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    No luck on setting the z-index for .heart-rating small-heart

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    Try removing the z-index and the position: relative from .heart-rating small-heart.
    Seems to work for me with those changes.
    Eye for Video
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    For the hovering to work, that position:relative is needed. Unfortunately you have to be logged in to hover.

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    On the link first listed the z-index is 1 for .heart-rating small-heart, putting it above everything else. Far as i can tell, z-index for menu is not greater than 1. Have you tried that?
    Also the class .heart-rating small-heart has a space in the name, was that intential? I think best practice would call for an _underscore instead.
    EfV

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