[thelist] AutoCompletion with Ajax and z-index Problems

Stefan Schwarzer st.schwarzer at geois.de
Tue Oct 10 08:51:06 CDT 2006

Thanks a lot for that. Indeed, I still have the same problem - for  
all browsers.

As I wasn't sure where to put the z-index (div, span, img, input) I  
added one in multiple elements. But the <input type='text'... />  
which holds the keyword and the AJAX is set to "10", whereas the  
others are below.

But as said, perhaps I have to add the z-index not on the input but  
on some other div element... But still, i added it to all "above" div  
elements, still no change.

And, no, I don't want to insert any iFrames to solve the thing that  


On Oct 5, 2006, at 3:06 AM, Todd Stadler wrote:

> Hello,
> I'm a little late to this party, and it's quite possible that you've
> been tinkering on the posted URL's code since you posted this, but ...
> On 10/2/06, Stefan Schwarzer <st.schwarzer at geois.de> wrote:
>> Actually, unfortunately it's not the MSIE problem. It concerns all
>> browsers...
> 1) Strangely, IE7RC1 does not exhibit this problem (the autocomplate
> list getting under the map image). But Firefox does. Just for data
> points.
> 2) Like I said, it's possible that the code that's there now isn't
> what you referred to in the original post, but it would seem that the
> for those two relevant elements, you have inline CSS defining their
> z-indexes. However, the z-index for the map is 6, while the z-index
> for the autocomplete section is 1. That means the map *should* be on
> top, at least according to the inline CSS.
> It's complex enough that I might have overlooked something in the few
> minutes I gave it, but that's what I saw.
> -- 
> Todd Stadler, tstadler at gmail.com
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