[Pro] Misbehaving pulldown menus

Hello
Could some kind person look at the site I have been doing for a friend, at Félicitations ! Votre domaine a bien été créé chez OVHcloud ! and tell me what the hell I’m doing wrong, or at least point me at the right page in a manual.

The problem is ‘L’atelier du mouvement’ in the pulldown menu.

  1. On the first page (Accueil) the atelier menu goes over the heading but disappears under the image below the heading.
  2. When I’m actually on the page Atelier, the menu goes under the heading and over the image.
  3. When I’m on the page Inscription, it goes under the heading AND text!

I’m doing this on a Mac and have already checked it is misbehaving with Safari 4.0.2 and SeaMonkey 1.1.9.


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It looks like the order of your layers is causing the problem. Go to
your Master Page, click on the Menu item and press the Command (Apple)
Key and the ‘=’ key to bring it to the front. (Or Item Menu > Bring To
Front). Upload and see if it solves the problem.

Otherwise go page by page to see that the Menu is always the topmost
layer. You can check in the Site Panel - it should be at the bottom of
the list of items on the page.

HTH Colin

On 28 Jul 2009, at 18:11, Frances Allen wrote:

Hello
Could some kind person look at the site I have been doing for a
friend, at Félicitations ! Votre domaine a bien été créé chez OVHcloud ! and tell me what the
hell I’m doing wrong, or at least point me at the right page in a
manual.

The problem is ‘L’atelier du mouvement’ in the pulldown menu.

  1. On the first page (Accueil) the atelier menu goes over the
    heading but disappears under the image below the heading.
  2. When I’m actually on the page Atelier, the menu goes under the
    heading and over the image.
  3. When I’m on the page Inscription, it goes under the heading AND
    text!

I’m doing this on a Mac and have already checked it is misbehaving
with Safari 4.0.2 and SeaMonkey 1.1.9.


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Colin
Thank you so much. It works!
I had forgotten about juggling around the order of items like that. I’ve had a useful play and (I think) am on my way to cleaning up my pages.


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