** Observed with 2001-12-11 Win32 trunk build ** The above page has 2 DIV's on the page (id=Layer1" and id="Layer2"). For styling, it uses z-index values of -2 and -1. These nagative values seem to cause a display problem with current build resulting in non-display of these DIV sectinons. CSS2 specs simply say that z-index can take "Integer" values. And "Integer" can have "+" or "-" prefixes, i.e. it can be negative or possitive. This seems to be a bug in Mozilla. I'll attach 2 test pages below.
Neither Comm 4.x nor IE5.5 has this problem.
Created attachment 61554 [details] The page at above URL with z-index values corrected to 0 and 1 from -2 and -1. You can see the left and right sections of the page with the corrections of the 2 z-index values to positive integers keeping the relative positioning intact.
Created attachment 61555 [details] The original problem page. Uploaded here in case the original page becomes unavailable. Look at the z-index values of the original page for the 2 DIVs. -2 and -1.
Corrected the summary line.
Summary: Negative z-index values causes almost blank display → Negative z-index value causes blank DIV display
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 78087 ***
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 17 years ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
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