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8/7/2013 9:43 PM
 

Hey guys, 

I am  trying to figure out how to overlay a pane on top of my banner pane, so I can edit the two separately. (the idea is to have an HTML module layered ontop of a slideshow module that I use called DNNGO) 

The problem I'm having is forcing he slideshow below the nav bar when it switches over to responsive mode. 

I was able to hack it together, but when I resize the skin into responsive mode, the slideshow falls under the mobile menu.

I think I have the general idea down but I am missing something.

Here is the dev site (this is my sandbox site so ignore everything but the slideshow and the overlay. The current slide show being used is a stock jQuery slider that comes with the skin.)

Any tips or tricks are very welcome

 
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8/7/2013 10:49 PM
 
Create a new Container with a new class and ID  on the top of the DNNGO Container. Play with the css class properties 'display' and 'float' in the Skin.css class of the new Container.
 
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8/7/2013 10:55 PM
 

Matthias,

Thanks for responding! I don't think I completely understand. Can you expand on that? Do you mean within the index.ascx file?

 
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8/7/2013 11:09 PM
 
Yes I mean the index.ascx or any other ascx file e.g. internal.ascx or admin.ascx.  A Skin can have different layout files.  If you want you can look to the source code of my Skin package you can find on http://aarsysmetro7skin.codeplex.com it is formed as a Visual Studio Project and included 4 Skins with different internal layouts.  At time there is no source package availible, but all files can be viewed in VS or with any Editor.
 
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