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Layers and divs overlapping textbox

Posted on 2002-05-09
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Please help me with this problem I've been having.

I have a text scroller script from a dhtml website. It's aligned above my login table's textboxes. It seems the layers and divs are overlapping the textbox, so when the page loads in Netscape, the textboxes are hidden. If I click somewhere on the page, the layer disappears and the textboxes reappear, but logging in is still a problem.

Why is this happening? What is the workaround? Thanks very much!
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<div style="position:absolute; top:..; left:..; height:..; width:..;">

<layer style="position:absolute; top:..; left:..; height:..; width:..;">

<textarea style="position:absolute; top:..; left:..; height:..; width:..;">



control everything. or make proper tables. make good tables preferably,
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hope that helped...
and thanks for the A!
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