At 11:38 AM 8/29/2006, Martin Heiden wrote:
>Did you read the wiki?
The wiki had the had the key.
"Positioned elements paint on top of everything else if they don't
have negative z-index."
The div that was causing problems was relatively positioned. So I
gave the preceeding div a relative position also (even though it
didn't need it) and then its higher z-index was enabled to place it
above the relatively positioned div following it which had a lower z-index.
I had previously been able to get the order to change by using a
negative z-index but then Firefox put it completely out of site under
the whole page.
At least it's working in Opera 9, IE 6 and Firefox 1.5. I hope it
holds up when I upload and check with Browsercam.
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