Z-index settings
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Written by Jalal
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The z-index setting controls the order in which sections are stacked on top of each other. A higher z-index value means that the section will be stacked above sections with lower z-index values. This can be useful for making sure that the sections you want to see appear on top of each other, even if you've used negative spacing.

To change the z-index value, use the slider in the Spacing options for the section. The default value is 0, and higher values will make the section appear more "on top" of other sections. Lower values will make the section appear more "behind" other sections.

If you check Xclusive homepage you will see an example where we have used this setting to overlap 2 sections:

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