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    I’m trying to use a vertical jquery widget menu, but the submenus are hidden behind the main content. I’ve tried manipulating the overflow:hidden tags, but can’t seem to get the submenus to show on top. Is this a z-index issue? Please see the link below. Thanks.




    Try adding this code to the Quick CSS:

    .sidebar.sidebar_right.smartphones_sidebar_active.three.alpha.units {
        overflow: visible  !important;
        width: 239px  !important;
        float: left  !important;
    .sub-container {
        right: 188px  !important;



    Hey Josue,

    Thanks for the snippet! Unfortunately, the vertical mega menu (http://wordpress.org/plugins/jquery-vertical-mega-menu/) is still sliding behind the main content area. Any other ideas? Thanks again. I appreciate your help!



    Here’s how i see it:



    That’s weird. In both Firefox and Chrome the second level menu is still behind the main content area. I must have made some change in the CSS elsewhere that is conflicting. I’ll try it in the Enfold parent, and see what happens.



    I can’t visit the link again. Did you remove it? Please try to remove browser cache then reload the page. Do Josue’s solution then test it on another browser.

    Best regards,


    Hi guys,

    This is SOLVED. Thanks. I had to actually restart Chrome after clearing the cache in order for the CSS snippet that Josue provided to take effect.


    You are welcome, glad we could help :)


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