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I'm trying to choose some of my top answers from Programmers.SE to display in my Careers 2.0 profile. Nothing happens when I click on the dropdown menu. The HTML seems to be well-formatted. What's up?

EDIT: When I click on the edges, it works fine. Otherwise, I am left with something that should be clickable but doesn't react.

  • Browser: Google Chrome 23
  • OS: Linux Mint 13

As a sidenote, could the options only contain sites I added?

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Browser? Browser Version? Operating System? –  Andy Dwyer Dec 20 '12 at 4:14
    
@AndyDwyer Apologies for forgetting that. Added. –  SomeKittens Dec 20 '12 at 4:29
    
@AndyDwyer Weekday when you tried it? ;) –  kiamlaluno Dec 20 '12 at 9:22
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Interesting CSS issue here... This is actually caused by the select menu being floated to the right. Since the header-level-3 element has a position: relative applied to it, z-index takes precedence and pushes it on top of the floated content, so the select element is being shown behind it in the page layout. Therefore, there is a sort of "bar" that goes through the box where you're actually hovering over the header element and not the select element.

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This should apply to all browsers and is not specific to Chrome. Removing the position: relative from the header element, or adding it to the select element along with a high z-index, solves this issue.

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Just fixed this, it's going live within the next few hours. –  Max Dec 21 '12 at 16:06
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This issue is now fixed with a small CSS update.

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