What about ajusting the z-index

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Hi Remo -
What about the z-index - could you give me a hint where to put that in to Zoom Image.

It is making a lot of fuss with my top jquery dropdown menu.


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witwag replied on at Permalink Reply
Riczito's answer was very helpful in Reviews :
In /packages/zoom_image/blocks/zoom_image
edit file fancyzoom.js :

replace line 9 which contains
div id=”zoom” style=”display:none;”

var html = '<div id="zoom" style="display:none; position: relative; z-index: 900;"> \
Vivid replied on at Permalink Reply
yeah - this should really be added to the package. Just had a client complain about a custom theme because when they added this it didn't work :)

You really should be a mild z-index on here at least.
WebStudioEast replied on at Permalink Reply
I agree but, as a temporary fix, add this to the default CSS that you use for every project:

#zoom {
   position: relative;
   z-index: 900;
Remo replied on at Permalink Reply
Are you sure you're using the latest version? I just checked my source code repositoryhttp://code.google.com/p/concrete5-zoom-image/source/browse/trunk/z... as well as the file available in the marketplace and both have a z-index of 900.

Did I miss something?