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It's the Z-Index setting in one or more of these classes: .gb-block-layout-column-inner, .gb-layout-column-wrap>.gb-block-layout-column-inner, .gb-has-background-dim>*
Not sure the best way to stop content from scrolling over my header, but there's the cause.
I visited you site and visited a few pages. Nothing is scrolling over the header. Everything I saw is scrolling under the header as designed. I'm using Firefox. Also checked Safari and Chrome. No issues.
It happens with Genesis Pro Layouts, Advanced Columns and Cover Blocks. I only have such blocks in one place, on the unfinished Homepage.
Here's the image from my original post in another thread. (My links didn't appear as i expected, so entered them twice.)
Here's a fresh one using FireFox:
There are Little Green Men, I swear I saw them! The partly completed Advanced Columns Block seen lower on the Homepage is the only place it's happening now.
I used the Code Inspector and changed the Z-Index of one of the containers, and that did fix the problem. But I can't find any Block settings pertaining to the z-index. Maybe it's to do with parallax view, but I can't find a corresponding setting for either.
WP Engine support couldn't find anything in past tickets. So I am probably missing something that thousands of other people had no trouble with.
WP Engine created a support ticket. I've fixed it for now with this CSS:
I wonder if there's is or should be a setting for turning Parallax on and off. Thanks for any further help!
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