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using the z-index property

Hello, I would like to know how to use the z-index property of css. I tried simply setting the z-index of a div to a value but nothing seems to be happening, so I'm guessing there's a specific way to do it.

An example of what I'm trying to do is here...http://www.studios29.com/cantaflor
I have a div right between my header and my content (nav is inside it), that is called header_bottom and holds the gradient image that you can see right below the header. I want my nav to be on top of that div.

Thank You.

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Instead of using the z-index you can try setting a negative top margin for this div, say #header_bottom {margin-top: -1;}. Try experimenting with the numbers.

Swisse

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interesting...I'll try it out.
I figured out the answer to my question already, what I had to do was to set the div which will have the z-index property to have a absolute position thing.
But I'll try you idea too, thanks.

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