I've created an HTML5/responsive-ish page and am using media queries to create a seperate iPhone version. Heh. For example, a transform on the root element will, due to the nature of z-index stacking contexts, affect the z-index of items within it. I was ready to end it all and go be a painter. http://tekspotting.com/z-index-not/z-index-not-working-for-div.html
http://jsbin.com/AXudOme/8 Bootstrap member mdo commented Dec 2, 2013 I don't know that there is a fix for this, especially since there is no problem in iOS 7. That's always asking for a bit of trouble, so better avoided if possible. Reply ↓ Vishal Permalink to comment# October 31, 2013 Thank you for the comment. Cheers.
Any help would be greatly appreciated. Bootstrap member cvrebert commented Dec 2, 2013 @mdo If it works fine on your iPad, then yeah, I'd say close this per our browser compatibility policy. Elements can overlap for a variety of reasons, for instance relative positioning has nudged it over something else. When it collapses for col-sm viewports, the images go underneath the navbar - that is fine.
You signed out in another tab or window. I can't figure out what the issue is. You signed in with another tab or window. Translatez If an element B sits on top of element A, a child element of element A can never be higher than element B.
Not the answer you're looking for? Iphone Z-index My Books Blog Twitter GitHub RSS Menu Log In iPad off screen elements, z-index ignored with webkit overflow set to touch HTML & CSS musicarr 2012-11-11 17:19:17 UTC #1 I have Aashish Permalink to comment# March 10, 2013 Yeah I was also struggling with the same issue of parent's overflow being hidden and your comment saved me! I know this is just an example and presumably you wouldn't generally have two navigation bars stacked like that on a live site but thought I'd mention it in case this
As in, which one appears as if it is physically closer to you. Webkit-transform When I wrap them in navbar-collapse and collapse, the dropdown goes under my page content, but only on an ipad. Z-index and stacking contexts It's not something you are likely to come across everyday but if you are using experimental CSS properties in your design (for example CSS 3D transforms), I Thank you. –mikemarchitto1 Jun 9 at 21:44 You're welcome.
Returning the length of largest word in a sentence What is an Infatuated Word™? Ordinarily, there's little use for the CSS z-index property. Ios Z-index Bug Push and pull are VERY handy for semantic markup, so I would think of another way. -webkit-overflow-scrolling: Touch Z-index Still I am not so clear about it.
What I want is for it to layer on top so I can move it down to look like this: http://lisadearaujo.com/clientaccess/wot-sound/images/screen.jpg The page is here: http://lisadearaujo.com/clientaccess/wot-sound/indexiPad.htmlAnd the css here: http://lisadearaujo.com/clientaccess/wot-sound/css/styles.css Any have a peek at these guys For the first time I think I might be winning! To explain it simply, z-index doesn't work as simply as most web developers would assume it does. Thats it really. –Victor Winters Feb 20 '13 at 11:15 @VictorWinters but setting position correctly is required for every other browser too. -webkit-transform: Translate3d(0,0,0);
For now the best solution that I've found is to hide the menu button when the scrolling starts (using the touchmove event with a debounce function), and show it again when finally my problem solve … :D Reply ↓ vijendhar Permalink to comment# July 12, 2016 I want to place the address on the google maps in my website with z-index can Or it is the gallery that's messing up with the menu and covering it? check over here It's quite amusing on my iPad!
The main point about stacking contexts is that z-index can be used to rearrange the stacking order of elements only inside their own stacking context. As far as I konw there is no solution, its an issue of Safari's HTML rendering. (Maybe Apple will fix it with an iOS Update.) –KIMB-technologies.eu Jun 8 at 22:48 here's a link to my project http://www.lunacarpentry.com/peachietouch.index.html below is the code for my #navContainer width: 27%; position: absolute; z-index: 10; top: 4.5em; left: 36.55%; padding-bottom: 14em; -webkit-transition: all 0.5s ease-in-out; transition:
Is there any advantage in a railgun/coilgun having multiple barrels? getting up for an elder on a wheelchair If a Drow Druid uses Wild Shape to turn into a Spider, what is the range of their Darkvision? I tried to get just the parts that are relevant to the problem. Browse other questions tagged html css ipad z-index fixed or ask your own question.
nidesing # July 1, 2016 at 5:17 pm the worst part is that all kind of moblie simulators wont show anything, you see the actual issue only on actual device if Cabreira Permalink to comment# July 30, 2013 Brilliant, solved me a days headache , thanks! Without any z-index value, elements stack in the order that they appear in the DOM (the lowest one down at the same hierarchy level appears on top). http://tekspotting.com/z-index-not/z-index-not-working-with-ie7.html When I wrap them in navbar-collapse and collapse, the dropdown goes under my page content, but only on an ipad.
In otherwords, a reduced test case. I found having no position element just caused z-index to not render at all correctly. Can you please help me by giving some examples. For some design reasons, I want the menu button to hide underneath the header when they overlap (and also under the menu when it is expanded).
I'm not so happy about this solution because I'd really like it to stay visible while scrolling… but I just can't figure out how, any idea? Curve balls There are curve balls.