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IE6 div overlap

Posted on 2008-10-15
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I have two divs, A & B. They overlap one another, with B having margin-top: -100 to produce this.

IF i use z-index-1 on A it works in ie6, but in ff3 the buttons in div A can no longer be used.

IN IE6 this div is hidden, but all other browsers it's fine. I need it working for ie6 too.
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Why do you want to div's to overlap anyway? Can you show an example. It makes testing easier
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I wanted the overlap for visual effect using transparent png.
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You can try using multiple div's to make it look like overlapping without real overlapping
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