No, no, it's magic Stephen. Strange stuff indeed but hopefully your article helps me figure it out better too.
I was fine with z-index:9999999999999 !important.
😂All fine and dandy until you need to put something on top of that element!
P.S. I also found out that given the same Z-index, the element that's painted last will be on top (i.e. the one lower in the HTML) -- so I was encouraged to avoid Z-index if possible :)
I have z-index:99999999999999999 !important. for that (check my site, I am not kidding, the best-worst CSS ever).
The tip: I did not know that but it is really really handy to know years and years later. I wish I had known that before but I really really appreciate it now anyway, no kidding. Thanks (if you've seen my site you'll know why I am grateful).
Haha - just took a gander that made me chuckle :)
Glad to help!
Spread the word, use 99999999 !important. It winds up so well. perfect filter. Rugged too.
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