7 year(s) ago
I am working with the full background plug-in found at this thread: http://www.indexhibit.org/forum/thread/4029/ [I love it by the way, thanks so much to those who put in the time and effort on that].
My question: is there a way to place the menu 'behind' the background image on some exhibits, and not on others? If i give #menu a z-index of -1 in the style.css, it of course places the menu behind the background image on all the pages where there is one. I was hoping there was some way to override this [with inline styling?] on the select pages where I do not wish to hide it behind the image.
I know this forum is maybe not the most appropriate place for this, as it is probably strictly a CSS question, but I have spent a good amount of time searching google, and can't come up with an answer. I've been searching for things that relate to 'overriding external style sheet with inline coding' and the such. If anyone could give me an idea of a better search term [or another approach to accomplishing my goal], I'd be happy to do the legwork and post back here with what I find.
Thanks in advance for any ideas!