Mobile menu drop down is behind other...

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I was up to early this morning to be messing with a website. :(

I noticed that when I gave the menu a z-index it kind of jumped a little when I went from page to page. So I figured it would be better to give the three containers a minus z-index and it worked. The menu still dropped down in front of the containers. Then I noticed it, none of the links worked in the containers.

I thought, OK I'll just go reverse everything and put the z-index back on the menu. (We need a crying emoticon)

Now I can't get to the containers in RSD. All I can select is the columns. Could this be a bug that nobody has found yet? Scott, if you want me to put in a ticket with all the steps I did please let me know and I will.

And YES, I didn't make a copy with a different name before I tried this and that's why we need the crying emoticon and I'm not ever working on a website again early in the morning.

Off to rebuild the three containers. High ho high ho it's off to . . . (Never mind)
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No, that is not a bug. ;)

Use the Inspector pane and locate the Containers you want to work with and just double-click on one of them. It will take you to the Properties pane allowing you to make modifications.
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I wish I'd known that about an hour ago. :D

That's OK, I did a little redesign on the containers and they work better now.

Thanks for that reply Scott. It never hurts to learn new things everyday.
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