Forgive me for being a c5 newb, but I assume I need to edit the superfish.css file?
You will have to look at the code for your theme and see what tags contain the superfish menu, and what tags contain the content.
Its the element containing your superfish menu, and the element containing the content that is going over the menu, that you need to adjust. Try to get the superfish menu at some higher z-index, and the content positioned without a z-index at all.
The 'relative' positioning I removed was from the tag holding my content; so the content had no position specified, and the superfish menu container had a z-index explicitly set.
if you're not using it already, try using this to inspect your dom elements: getfirebug.com
it'll tell you what the file is that you need to change once you click on the right element.
yeah, no access to site from WAN at the moment...that's another issue. I can either change site.php base url for wan or lan. as long as the wan ip is keyed in site.php, no problems from wan, but no more access from lan. Can't seem to get both. I did create an index.html and dumped it in the /var/www/concrete18.104.22.168 directory to check file permissions. I can see the index.html from wan and lan.
but index.php doesnt load for wan.
If I change the site.php base url lan address, clear the cache and cache objects, no problems accessing VIA lan, but no wan access. Kind of seems like a permissions issue, not really sure. Owner of concrete directory is www-data, group is www-data.
Back to the superfish, I will try firebug.
BTW, also I did set a info.php page if thats any help.
Thanks again for dealing with a newb!
Thanks Tony for the reference to firebug. That made it easy to find the element. I cant believe I never used it before. What a great tool.
ok, another question, well, maybe I should post a new thread for this...bah...
Is there a way to tell superfish menu that it's width should be 800 instead of auto? I would like to see sf menu same size as image slideshow above it.
-I kept them auto and adjusted the themes navigation margins, padding and width.
-Adjusted font and font size in superfish menu.
-That put me 3 pixels off the image size. -Then I just assigned a padding of 3px to the right side of the header image.
Fixed it right up!