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    Junior Member _shady's Avatar
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    I have a pretty simple question, I'm creating a google suggest data entry "style" for a purchase order form within a project management system I am designing in MySQL/PHP.

    Here's a look at it showing the suggest div below the part id entry field:

    That's work just fine. However, after you create a few items within your purchase order, say you had to order 3 things and then realized your second item wasn't correct and you went back to change it, the suggest box does this:

    As you can see the box is being placed behind the last line item. The z-index of that box is set to 90. The other fields have a z-order of 1, and are positioned relative but have no actual top or left values. I am hoping that I can get beyond having to absolutely position each field in order for the z-index to work. Would Z-Index only be effective on DIVs positioned absolutely or would relative positioning allow for z-indexing? Any ideas?


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