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Dodgebill

My first Foundation based skin

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I had been using firefox only to setup the skin and check it all. It worked fine there seemingly but did not work in IE, Chrome or Safari. I think I have it fixed now but.... still can't get prices to show up in Safari. Prices do not show up in the product pages either, strange....

Update: I am using windows and the safari browser I have is about 4 years old (Apple's Safari does not support windows anymore so I can't update). This may be the problem I'm having. Is there anyone using a Mac or iPhone/iPad that can check my site to see if the prices are displaying properly in a newer version of Safari?

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Hello, I also look at your website and your skin is gorgeous. by cons I saw a display bug.
when you go into a category or there "add to bag" and you go on the menu "Costumes" which is the longest on "add to bag" the covers.

I use firefox ubuntu

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Thank you for your post. I am trying to figure that bug out. Not yet sure why the add to bag button is in front like that but I will see if I can get that fixed. Thanks again for your post. That does help me a lot.

 

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I was able to find a solution for the button over menu issue. I set the z index so that the button was set to zero. That fixed it.

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Thanks for letting me know that. I was trying to fix the add to bag buttons and menu problem and I guess I set the checkout button z index to -1. Forgot to set that back after the test to see if that was the issue or the correct class. All fixed and it did not wreck the menu placement either. It's hard enough designing in 2D but having to think about the z index definitely makes things more complicated.....

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X Y Z are the three dimensional planes. In CSS and web design X is left to right, Y is top to bottom and Z is the elevation from the zero plane. In CSS and JS it is used to stack objects in front or behind each other. The higher the number object is in front of the lower numbered object. It's used in menu layout and pop ups mostly.

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if you want to put it in the showcase I would be honored. I just made a version of this skin available in the Extension Store as well. I called it Elegant (lack of creativity when it came time to name it.... sorry).

Please let me know if anyone has any questions.

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