Understanding the CSS z-index Property

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http://fwebde.com – When we think of CSS and web design, we generally think in two dimensions. After all, the screens we use to view websites display the page as a two-dimensional image. Two of the most common CSS properties, width and height, match that. If you are new to CSS, you might not have heard about the z-index property. This property allows you to control the position of elements on the page in terms of layers, essentially adding a third dimension to the page. Using z-index The z-index of an element on the page is the layer that it is on, with the default being 0. As th (Distributions)