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  1. Say I have directory setup like this. core/ includes/ snippets/ template.php js/ index.php Say in the index.php file, I have a file path like this " include 'snippets/template.php'; ". It works. Or say If I am in template.php and I have a file path like this " include '../index.php'; ". It works as well. I am wondering if there is a more global method to this so I don't have to worry about when to use "../" or not. It becomes hectic if there are a lot of includes and/or links.
  2. Check out http://mainlypiano.com/ and start typing in the search box ("dav" will get you several results). Notice that the search box goes below the middle light purple box. There's no z-index here to cause an issue. If one removes the relative position of the light purple box, the search results menu shows in its entirety. That's weird, isn't it? (That messes up the "favorite albums" text there, which is the point of the relative position, but lets you see the error.) Any idea why this is happening?
  3. Reduce your screen size to 979px wide and check out this url: http://104.152.109.3/~barrelomonkeyz89/__sites/plastic/ How can I stop the newsletter div from overlapping those images? (I've tried inserting a clear div and overflow.) THANKS!
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