I think what I am asking about is z-index, however, I can’t get it to work right.
Here’s the deal. I have a png header/banner image that I want the bottom part of the image to kind of overflow into the content area and the right sidebar.
How would I get this image to creep into those div’s?
If you need more info before answering, let me know.
Thank you for any and all help
It’s not so bad what rockarena suggested, but again It would be nice to see your stylesheet. So we wait
By ‘it’ do you mean my banner?
How do I position it to top?
Yea, I do apologize. I am at work right now and my CSS is at home. Sorry.
And yes…excellent. Negative top-margin. That just may do the trick. I’ll try that and rockarena’s suggestion later.
Without seeing your CSS it’s difficult to say, but it is not only your z-index, you should give your content and right sidebar a negative top-margin as well
I think for z-index to work you need the element to have a css position style assigned to it.
Use it as a background image positioned to top. Z-index should be 1.
I have no idea.
Here is a quick sketch of what I’m talking about:
Everything in those red dots is my banner. The reason why it is so huge is because those rays of light coming from that disco ball is the part I need to be seen in the body and right sidebar (also, the bottom part of the rollerskate as well)
So far, the only thing I can do is put the banner in a h1 with size and width which displays the whole banner, but everything else drops below the banner.
I need this to be seamless and fit together like in the included image.