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Custom RadMenu dropdowns are hidden by banner

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  1. David
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    23 Nov 2011
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    I created a custom navigation(RadMenu) widget and a banner(RadRotator) widget. Everything works fine on my development laptop but when I deploy it to the staging server the menu dropdowns are displayed underneath the banner.
  2. Steve
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    Is there anywhere to see this in action to look at the css?

    http://demos.telerik.com/aspnet-ajax/menu/examples/functionality/overlay/defaultcs.aspx
  3. David
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    I'm not able to publish it to the internet to show you. However, you gave me an idea. I deleted most of my style sheets and the menu items are no longer hidden. I will not go through the process of finding the offending CSS. Thanks.
  4. David
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    The really odd thing is that I installed IIS 7.5 on my development laptop and the compiled code runs fine. When I copy the site to the staging server the menu dropdown become hidden under the banner. Anybody have any ideas?
  5. Radoslav Georgiev
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    Hi David,

    By default the RadMenu's slide has a z-index of 10000. Please make sure that your banner is not having larger z-index value. If it does, please adjust your RadMenu's styles so that it has a larger z-index.

    Regards,
    Radoslav Georgiev
    the Telerik team
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