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Can somebody take a look at the logo top left of this page.

I'm having a bit of a nightmare with the z-indexes not kicking in until the images are completely shown which means the image being on top of the logo until this is the case.

Any ideas?

http://www.spaceonwhite.co.uk/
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Kyle Hamilton earned 2000 total points
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you can give the div that holds the logo a higher z-index:

<div style="position: absolute;z-index: 9999;">
                    <img src="graphics/logo.png" id="ctl00_Img1" alt="Space on White logo" title="Space on White Cardiff">
                </div>

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I put it inline here, but you should give that div a class, and put the rules in your stylesheet.
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by:scm0sml
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I was being an idiot good spot!
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:)
cheers.
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