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    My Rotator is messing up my nav bar...help please

    OK, I'm working on a site that has a nav bar that drops down and stays down until the user clicks on a different part of the nav bar.

    I've added a rotator to the home page. Now, my nav bar doesn't work in Firefox and Chrome (it appears to work in IE).

    Here's a link:
    http://tinyurl.com/6elfk3c

    Here's a link to another page without the rotator that works:

    http://tinyurl.com/3ra3bv6

    Thanks for any help!

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    try removing position:relative from #bboard

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    Yup...that worked. And here I thought it was something with the script.

    Thanks. If you don't mind me asking, why would position: relative mess with the nav bar like that?

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    it's in the same place and has a higher Z index becuase of the relative positioning, so it was technically "overlapping" part of the nav bar. Firebug helps you find stuff like this in no time. ( see the links in my sig)

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