Friday, August 17, 2007

CSS z-index

The CSS z-index property is a mechanism for defining the stacking level of positioned elements within a document. It allows elements to be moved above or below other elements on a page along an imaginary line that extends from inside the monitor towards the viewer. The lower the z-index the further away the element will appear in the stacking context and conversely a higher z-index brings the element closer to the viewer.

Give Me Some Zzzzz’s

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