The plugin calculates the highest CSS z-index value in the current document or specified set of elements, and also provides the ability to push one or more elements to the top of the z-index order.
It is an useful plugin that can be used for interactive panels, windowed zones, GUIs or more.
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· Worked around a bug in WebKit browsers that returns scientific notation (instead of an integer value) for large z-index values. For example, Safari for Windows returns 1e+006 instead of 1000000 (1 million).
· Slight performance increase through setting the z-index style on elements using the native DOM style property of each element, rather than generating a jQuery matched set for each element and using .css("z-index", ___).