[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 13034] can't click on link on Fidelity.com index fund page

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Sat Mar 10 15:03:22 PST 2007


hyatt at apple.com changed:

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                 CC|                            |ian at hixie.ch

------- Comment #3 from hyatt at apple.com  2007-03-10 15:03 PDT -------
My understanding is that this behavior is correct according to the CSS2.1 spec.
 Maybe Ian can comment on this.  The <body> element does not establish a
stacking context.  The root element does.  Therefore the <div> is a stacking
context inside of the root with a negative z-index.  That means it is
underneath the <body> element.  Since backgrounds are not "click-through" in
CSS even when transparent, this means that the <body> is what is hit, not the
contents of the <div>.

This test case does indicate to me that perhaps CSS should revisit whether or
not the <body> establishes a stacking context or not.

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