I'm trying to figureout in the slideshow,
why does the slides seem to overlay the sub-menu (when the mouse is mover over recreation services for instance). I set the z-index of the sub-menu to 9999 sso shouldn't it always be on top?
I don't see that anywhere. Try this:
You can set the sub menu to have a z-index of 999999999999999999999999999999999999 but if the menu's parent is z-index:1 then it will never overlap an element outside that context that has a z-index of 2. You need to address the parent as Ralph has suggested and it will work. Ultimately its the positioned parent that dictates the stacking level (where z-index has been set).
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