z-indexes are still som ething
that everyt ime i think i’ve
understood it gets me. two
things that can pla y
into it are position
(absolute and relat ive)
and the nesting.
relative on your nav or your
For the future: in the PR that just merged, the z-index is now
set in bokeh’s css, so you should be able to override it without the important.
Here are the lines:
(note that everything in bokeh
not be more
help. It’s tough without a page
to look at.
https://github.com/bokeh/bokeh/blob/master/bokehjs/src/less/bokeh-layout.less#L17css i s nested
On 5/27/16 8:13 AM, Bryan Van de Ven
Sean this seems like it might be a nice thing to expose as a configurable. Not needed often, but when it is, it is. Can you open a feature request on GH describing this?
On May 27, 2016, at 10:08 AM, wrote:
As a stop-gap, I'm using a custom.css file that specifies:
This solves the problem but it's not pretty...
On Friday, May 27, 2016 at 11:02:51 AM UTC-4, wrote:
Bokeh sets z-indices for the plots that look like:
<div class="bk-canvas-wrapper" style="z-index: 50;"...
I've noticed that when I scroll, the canvas covers the navigation menu on my page (which has no z-index). However, assigning a z-index of 10,000 to my navigation menu did not help and only changing the bk-canvas-wrapper to z-index: 0 solved the problem (done in Chrome developer mode). I couldn't find a transparent way to set the z-index for the bokeh canvas so I'm posting here.
Any help would be greatly appreciated!
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