Support » Plugin: AdRotate Banner Manager » Adrotate disables dropdown menu

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  • Plugin Author Arnan de Gans


    I see no WordPress on that domain.

    It definetly is a WordPress site. Can I provide you with admin login via mail or twitter DM?
    A w was missing 🙂

    Arnan, are you still looking for an answer to my question? 😉

    Plugin Author Arnan de Gans


    I see no AdRotate on your site. What am I supposed to see or do?

    Hi Arnan, I disabled Adrotate, because of the issue with the dropdown menu. Thats why you don’t see it.
    Can i mail you a temporary login to the admin?


    Oh, I just received an answer on the Pagelines framework forum about this issue. This might interest you too…

    Hi Rob,

    This is a very common thing. The plugin is using the same z-index as the drop down menu, thus interfering with the ability of the browser to display the drop list. You’ll have to ask the developers of AdRotate for a different z-index and the CSS code to change it, or, if you use Firebug for Firefox or Chrome’s Inspection Tools, find the z-index code for the ads and modify it in Custom Code.

    I’m not sure about your proficiency with CSS, so please let me know how you get along.

    Plugin Author Arnan de Gans


    Funny how yet again pagelines causes an issue with something…

    AdRotate defines no z-index. And that works fine for pretty much every element. Evidenced by the lack of complaints.

    As they suggest, you can add a z-index. Probably adding it to the .block_outer class will work.

    .block_outer { z-index: 999; }

    Or something similar. The 999 can be any number except the one they say conflicts with their stuff.

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