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XF 1.2 Advertiser Problem with Z-Index

Discussion in 'Troubleshooting and Problems' started by MotMann, Dec 5, 2013.

  1. MotMann

    MotMann Active Member

    Hi Volks, i have the Problem, that from a Banner shine over a layer (maybe posting window) the adchoices corner through and i can click on that.

    ValueKlick means, that the Problem ist, that XF use a Z-Index under 100002. But it must be over 100002.

    How i can correct that? I don't know what i talking about. So please step by step to correct that :)

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    sorry for my bad english.
  2. MotMann

    MotMann Active Member

    I see, that some Boards with XF have the same Problem. Any Idea?
  3. Brogan

    Brogan XenForo Moderator Staff Member

    Can you post a link?
    I would need to inspect the code to see what is happening.
  4. MotMann

    MotMann Active Member



    User and PW is: Test Bogan

    The last Posting "Test for Bogan" is for you. If you edit that Posting, you can see the "AdChoices" Icon and Link shiny through the Layer below your Posting and you can click that. The Banner direct don't shines through and is not to click, what correct is.

    You understand me?

    sorry for my bad english ;)
  5. Brogan

    Brogan XenForo Moderator Staff Member

    The z-index for the inline edit overlay is applied via inline styling.

    Have you asked the advertiser why they can't reduce the z-index of the adverts?

    Changing the z-index of the overlay could have knock on effects elsewhere.
  6. MotMann

    MotMann Active Member

    Yes, they mean that worldwide is that standard and have safety-relevant thinks..

    sorry... i don't know what they mean correct. They say, that you must set the Z Index over 100003. They work under 100002.
    If you need you can contact valueclick
  7. EQnoble

    EQnoble Well-Known Member

    until you do something permanent to fix this you can add the folowing to the extra.css template to address the z-index problem with the inline editing overlay that you have...

    .xenOverlay {
    z-index: 104000 !important;
  8. MotMann

    MotMann Active Member

    OK. i copy in

    .xenOverlay {
    z-index: 104000;
    It's not working. And there is nothing more in the template.
  9. HWS

    HWS Well-Known Member

    This only happens with flash ads.

    It is due to a wrong setting in the flash object code. You cannot solve it yourself, you need the advertising provider to do this,
  10. MotMann

    MotMann Active Member

    :) and I thought it was a tip for me :) Now it works, but now it's really not a little transparent Layer....
  11. MotMann

    MotMann Active Member

    They mean that they don't change anything. that was worldwide standard and XF must correct that. And the problems exist also in google.. overall where the little sign is in the corner.
  12. HWS

    HWS Well-Known Member

    Google does not allow to place any content over their ads. In fact you are acting against their TOS if you place a popup window or even a popdown menu over any Google ad.

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