Submenu partially obstructed

The submenu can be seen to open, but part of it is hidden behind other elements of the site.
Parent Symptom: Submenus (dropdowns) not displaying
3 Potential Diagnoses

overflow:hidden; (submenu truncated by theme CSS) 55 [ + ]

If the theme is setting overflow:hidden on one of UberMenu’s ancestor elements, it can effectively cut off the submenus, either partially or from displaying at all.

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z-index (submenu hidden behind content) 132 [ + ]

When HTML elements overlap on the page, they have to be layered – one element has to be in front of, and the other behind on the z-axis. The element on the bottom may be hidden by the element on top. If UberMenu appears below other elements on your page, it means you need to set the z-index appropriately for adjacent containers. Most of the time, the containers to be adjusted are part of your theme and your CSS style won’t include any UberMenu selectors.

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Flash object obstructing menu / submenu 10 [ + ]

Because Flash objects are always layered above all other HTML elements, if they overlap with your submenu, the submenu will be partially obstructed.

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