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    Newbie needs help: can't put images on top of images.

    I'm using the PageBreeze free HTML editor. What I would like to do is have a main JPG graphic imported into the page, and then on top of it place a couple of images (actually image placeholders that I can change the picture that shows there) and a table with text and links.

    I can set my background image, and I can import the main graphic that will set behind everything else. But I can't seem to manage to layer anything else on top of the main graphic. I can easily do all this in a Word document and save it as HTML, but that really looks ugly!

    How can I manage this in HTML?
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    Take a look at how to use the z-index property. Might think about posting your code that you are using or a link to the online page.
    Last edited by Major Payne; 03-23-2010 at 09:10 PM.
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    Major Payne, that looks like it will help a lot!

    BTW, I had no code or page to present because I could never get the fershluggin' thing to mash together! No that I at least have this, I'll post back something if it starts send up smoke signals!

    Thanks.
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    OK. Good luck. Hope you get no smoke signals. :P
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