FAQ: Advanced CSS Grid - Overlapping Elements


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This community-built FAQ covers the “Overlapping Elements” exercise from the lesson “Advanced CSS Grid”.

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#2

When you add the overlap element in point 4, why is it covered by the right element but not the left?


#3

Why is the overlap element not covered by the left element?


#4

Even after using the z-index on my code, the ‘overlap’ element is still covered by the ‘right’ element


#5

It because file is executed in a sequence.Check Index.html file.Plus if you change the position of right and overlap class and run it you will notice overlap block is no more covered by right block.