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    SitePoint Enthusiast MeGa's Avatar
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    CSS & IE problem

    HTML code:
    Code:
    <div class="topbar"><a href="#">Home</a> <a href="#">Web Server</a></div>
    CSS corresponding code:
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    a:link     { color:#000000; }
    a:visited { color:#A26024; }
    a:hover  { color:#975922; }
    a:active { color:#839FBC; }
    
    div.topbar { margin: 0 0 0 0; background-color: #BBC6CD; height:50px; }
    Problem:
    in all browsers but IE it is perfect. The problem is that IE doesn't make the link that good, it's very hard to click it (only the very 1st TOP pixel of the capital letters make the link, the rest isn't even treated as text

    thanks in advance
    MeGa
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    SitePoint Wizard silver trophy KLB's Avatar
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    Your problem doesn't make sense. Could we please see the actual page where this is being implemented. My hunch is there is an error elsewhere on the page that is causing this problem.
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    SitePoint Enthusiast MeGa's Avatar
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    LOL, sry i forgot the link
    here it is http://www.angelfire.com/linux/enigmax/ (a friend's web site)
    MeGa
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    SitePoint Wizard silver trophy KLB's Avatar
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    You are missing a close DIV tag (</div>) at the bottom of the page. Unless the goofy AngelFire banner code is causing a problem, which it very well may be, I can't find a reasonable explanation for your problem.

    Try this trick, throw in a bogus DIV tag and hyperlink above the menu and see if the problem transfers to the new tag and the current menu problem goes away. If it does, you know the problem is in the AngelFire code, which you can do nothing about. I'd simply create a bogus DIV and link to act as a intercepter of the problem and hide the bogus DIV using the style "display:hidden"
    Ken Barbalace: EnvironmentalChemistry.com (Blog, Careers)
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