Layering on IE 8 - Elements on Page Appear on top of magiczoom window

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Layering on IE 8 - Elements on Page Appear on top of magiczoom window
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Jay Bregman

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Hi Jay!

Why don't you use our website contact form? :) One question there, another here :)

I don't see any layering problem in IE8, IE7? Did you mean IE6?
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Btw, the way you switch images in your
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    Strange, this is what I see in IE6. It looks fine in IE8 though. We'll get back to you shortly, its just one of those CSS issues with relative/absolute positioning in IE.
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    I hope this form wont strip out HTML tags in my reply :)

    1. < div id="product_imagery" - try adding z-index: 1 to this one (positive)

    2. < UL class="sharing" - add z-index: -1 to this one (negative!)
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    Jay Bregman

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    Works perfect, thanks. Would appreciate if you could remove the URL from the initial post as not public yet. Thanks! Your service is fabulous!
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    Hi Jay,

    We can't remove a link that you posted, but we've asked Get Satisfaction if they would remove it.

    Thanks