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troubleshooting Question

Positioning layers on image

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Presently I have a scrolling banner, using css and jquery.  I'm having a problem with the 3rd - top layer display in the correct position.

1st layer - bottom layer is a scolling image - using a jquery plugin.
2nd layer - middle layer is a menu bar at the bottom of the images.
3rd layer - top layer is text that changes with each image and a previous/next option that should show on top of the menu bar.
<div>
  <div id="slide1" class="pics"> 
  <div>
    <img src="/images/banner/portal_01.jpg" width="288" height="231" /> 
     <span style="position:absolute; left:202px; top:405px;">image 1</span>
   </div>
   <div>
    <img src="/images/banner/portal_02.jpg" width="288" height="231" /> 
     <span style="position:absolute; left:202px; top:405px;">image 2</span>
   </div>
   <div>
    <img src="/images/banner/portal_03.jpg" width="288" height="231" /> 
     <span style="position:absolute; left:202px; top:405px;">image 3</span>
    </div>
  </div>
    <div style="position:absolute; left:202px; top:405px;"><img src="/images/banner/scroll/overlay.png" onclick="someFunction()" hover="/images/banner/scroll/overlay.png"  class="rollover" /></div>
    <span style="position:absolute; left:350px; top:405px;" onclick="someFunction2()">PREVIOUS</span><span style="position:relative; left:400px; top:405px;" onclick="someFunction3()">NEXT</span>
 </div>
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