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I am very new to css. I am trying to put together a webpage..I have a header width of the page and height is 75px..what I am trying to figure out is. How do I put a 486x60 banner on the right bottom of the header. want it to look like its overlapping. anyone have any example or suggestions
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for the header, use z-index: 1 for the banner use z-index:2 and use absolute positioning to position the banner.
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