imagine you want a fixed layer at the top of your page and all which follows to scroll UNDER that layer.
Apparently explorer 7 is unable to calculate a top margin for a 'position:relative' div which follows a 'position:fixed' one with higher z-index. The second layer will just stick to the top of the page no matter which marin-top you define for it.
Test page Workaround is not included
Reported by: feragnoli.
Explorer 7 | Reported on 28 March 2007.
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