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Surprisingly, there are not many well-written articles or tutorials on this topic. keep it up. Not readable? Effect of bootstrapping in amplifier circuit MathSciNet review alert? http://stackoverflow.com/questions/12517158/z-index-in-internet-explorer-not-working

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If an element has a high z-index, e.g. 9999, it should always stay on top of everything." The truth is… WRONG! After years, it stopped working in IE. MathSciNet review alert? I've also updated my post to include a link to bgiframe.

  1. I was hoping against hope for a CSS only solution, but now I understand why I need JavaScript for scalability.
  2. Use fixZIndex plugin to fix. $('.inner_div').fixZIndex({recursive: true, msieOnly: true, zIndex: 15, exclude: '.page_container'}); // When we hide .inner_div, restore z-index (optional) $(‘.inner_div').restoreZIndex(); Using IE (6, 7 or 8), and open the
  3. The fix is to assign a z-index to positioned-div that is higher than the image.
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  5. Off the top of my head the two main scenarios are a SuckerFish (drop down) menu made with pure CSS that goes over certain content on your page, and a lightbox
  6. I was using: filter: progid:DXImageTransform.Microsoft.gradient(startColorstr='@black00', endColorstr='@black00', GradientType=0); No matter what I set my position or z-index to, you could not see the other layer because it was causing a complete mask

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