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[resolved] BP Sliding Login Panel Overlays NavBar (2 posts)

  1. CapeCodBranding
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Hello All,
    I need some assistance. I'm running BuddyPress on this site;
    http://hpbabies.com

    I've installed the BuddyPress Sliding Login Panel Plugin, and after a bit of tinkering I got it to work. :) Now I still have one issue - when the login panel is open, my NavBar from my website (which should be behind the panel) overlays it. It's a problem for people logging in b/c the NavBar lines up with the 'Username' field and it's not possible to fill in the login credentials.

    I've been trying to figure out a fix or workaround for 2 days now, without success. Has anyone had this problem, or know how I can fix it?

    Thanks so much!

  2. CapeCodBranding
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Ah, nevermind - I figured it out!

    Here's how;

    I went to my theme's stylesheet and discovered that the z-index for my navbar was set higher than the z-index for my login panel (found in the style.css for BP Sliding Login Panel Plugin). I changed it so the z-index on the plugin would be higher than the z-index on the navbar. This "tells' the panel to stack on top of the navbar.

    Hope this helps anyone in the same situation!

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