I am new to the forum, and hope to be a long-time member here. I love CSS and will hopefully be able to help some people as well, but right now I am stumped.
I have a website I am working on, you can view the progress here:
I can’t get the content area to go above my #content-top.
If I position it relative and try to get it up there, then it just goes behind the White part, so it is hidden.
If I position it absolute and try to bring it down to the content area, that works but when I have a lot of content it won’t expand down it goes right over it, ontop of the background image.
If I put #content-top INSIDE of #content then it works but my content background image will be at the top, so the rounded corner won’t be transparent, it will have the bottom sidebar image behind it.
I hope this makes sense. But anyway, I’ve tried many things and I can’t seem to figure it out. Does anyone have any suggestions?
It’s supposed to look like this:
Thanks so much :-)
It just turns white, since #content-top is overriding it. I tried z-index, but nothing will work.
It’s looking good, but the #content background is going over the #content-top transparent background, so the rounded corner doesn’t show the main background anymore.
Anything we can do about that?
Thanks for trying. It’s really killing me :- I need this done for a client, lol.
Here is where I started from:
Refresh / Clear Cache. So right here this is how everything is supposed to look, except the text moved up to the top, but it’s difficult, I can’t just position the text how I want it.
Do you have any ideas, now looking at this version?
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