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How to overlap two or more <div>s?

 
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Hi,
I am trying to build a multi level navigation bar with help of some javascript and jQuery. But am stuck with some display issue. Specifically the issue is that there are 2 menu bars place horizontally one above other, each enclosed in a <div> element. Initially 2 menubar will remain invisible. On clicking an item, say item1, in the top menu, associated menu bar below should get 'visible' while other menu bars will remain invisible or overlapped. Clicking on second item, say item2, should make the corresponding menu bar visible, overlapping the other one.

Issue I am facing that these 2 menu bars (in 2nd row) are placed stacked vertically instead of overlapping. if I use "style:display=none" then in my javascript I get some error when I try obj.getElementByID(<id>) and nothing seems to function in the javascript.

Here is the Javascript code:


Here is the code segment for top menu bar

PS: Read "href - " as "href =" above

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Ashish
 
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Ashish Gupta wrote:PS: Read "href - " as "href =" above


Please post real code. Check "disable HTML" when posting.

And avoid red.
 
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Here is the snippet of 'real' code. Not sure whether whole script is expected which might be handful.



Some suggestion will be helpful.
 
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