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    css help putting an element on top of another element.

    I give up. I'm a complete amateur with this, however all my searching has turned up nothing but other people with the same problems and solutions that have not worked for me, and for most others as well.

    Specifically, in this situation, I'm trying to place an ad banner so that its covering a PayPal link with the result being the user seeing an ad banner, but if they have an adblocking extention then they see the PayPal button.

    To simplify it, lets just assume I'm trying to put one image on top of another and not worry about the specific placement either, which I can fix later. I think, and correct me if I'm wrong <--total newb, that seeing how to do two images should be enough to then apply it to other elements.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MeanDean View Post
    Specifically, in this situation, I'm trying to place an ad banner so that its covering a PayPal link with the result being the user seeing an ad banner, but if they have an adblocking extention then they see the PayPal button..
    Appreciate what you're trying to achieve but I'd hazard a guess that the type of person that blocks ads (feels everthing online should be free) isn't likely to want to use your PayPal link, sorry I don't have any advice, I'm sure I'm no better than you at trying to work this out anyway
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    Maybe. I was giving to PayPal on rare occasions when I was running an ad blocker though. It was very rare. I give to people more often now that I'm not running one, so I'm guessing you're right.
    Inevitably I think I'm going to lose money, but it really isn't very much to lose and its a slight bit of a new hobby as well.

    If I get this sorted I'll post the result.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MeanDean View Post
    Maybe. I was giving to PayPal on rare occasions when I was running an ad blocker though. It was very rare. I give to people more often now that I'm not running one, so I'm guessing you're right.
    Inevitably I think I'm going to lose money, but it really isn't very much to lose and its a slight bit of a new hobby as well.

    If I get this sorted I'll post the result.
    I think when we were stuck on dialup ad blockers were useful, now I couldn't care less, even though I don't click on ads as such I still like to see what's being advertised
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    I don't. I like to see no ads at all. I don't buy things on the internet, so online marketing tends not to be that effective on me. (i usually only buy online when i can actually go there and pick it up)

    In any case, adblockers permit you to remove block level elements, meaning that pretty much everything can be blocked with an adblocker.

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    A typical set of filters don't block paypal buttons by default though, and they can rarely be considered intrusive or even a pest. If someone wanted to place one in an annoying location then they wouldn't do themselves any favours.

    As for the problem above, I was able to put one image on top of another, but putting one element on top of another is apparently not so easy with quirks for various types and there's still supposedly significant differences in how different browsers will render the result. I'm not perusing it anymore.
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