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CSS layering on top of Accordian

Posted on 2011-09-08
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I am working to layer a box on top of an jquery accordian.  The z-indexes are workiing in Google, Chrome, firefox and safari but not in Internet Explorer.  

How do I change the css to allow the postit graphic to show on top.

The site is http://www.rptcoaching.com.

Thank you.
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The first thing that jumps out at me is that the postit div is not positioned. The z-index should only be applied to positioned elements. Add "position: relative;" to the css for #postit at line 143.
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Yeah! That worked.  Thank you.
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