Hello,

I basically trying to place texts on top of images.

I have this in css:

#bannernavtext {margin: 200px 0 0 750px; font-color:black; z-index:0; }

#nav li { float: left; margin: 0 0 0 4px; list-style: none; background: url('images/banner nav.jpg') no-repeat top; z-index:-1;}

#nav li.activeSlide a { /* background: #88f */ width: 310px; margin: 0 0 0 -18px; background: url('images/banner nav klik.jpg') no-repeat top; z-index:-1;}

the banner text suppose to be on top of the navigation images correct ?

In actually, I do not see them on top the images, they are bellow the images.

feel free to post the relevant code to get a better understanding of the issue.

This is the codes:

index.php

<div id="demos">
    <div id="slideshow" class="pics">
        <img src="images/banner1.jpg" width="600" height="200" />
        <img src="images/banner2.jpg" width="600" height="200" />
        <img src="images/banner3.jpg" width="600" height="200" />       
    </div>
    <ul id="nav">
        <li><a href="#"></a></li>
        <li><a href="#"></a></li>
        <li><a href="#"></a></li>   
    </ul>
</div>

<div id="bannernavtext">

Text1<br><br>
Text2<br><br>
Text3<br><br>

</div>

You might use absolute positioning within a relatively positioned container div. This would allow you to overlay your picture with text.

I add the position:

    #bannernavtext {position: absolute; margin: 200px 0 0 750px; font-color:black; z-index:0; }

    #nav li {position: relative; float: left; margin: 0 0 0 4px; list-style: none; background: url('images/banner nav.jpg') no-repeat top; z-index:-1;}

    #nav li.activeSlide a { /* background: #88f */ position: relative; width: 310px; margin: 0 0 0 -18px; background: url('images/banner nav klik.jpg') no-repeat top; z-index:-1;}

The text absolute and the images relative. The text still underneath the images.

If you put them both in a div container that is relatively positioned with auto width and height to fit the picture, then absolute position the text. That might do it.

you mean how exactly? the text suppose to be on top of the navigation images.

like this:

 #container {position: relative; width: auto; height: auto;}

and place the navigation in side the container?

I just tried it and it doesn't make any difference.

In my opinion, you never set you z-index to the image. Moreover, if it is a slider, maybe the js will made the image of z-index higher, therefore, why not setting a very high z-index to the nav?