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    hover/menu problem in FF

    Good morning fellow CSS'rs!

    I have a site that I'm close to finalization on. One problem I am encountering is that in FF - after choosing a page (say, About Us), the menu across the top does not do the 'hover/replace' as it should. Does anyone know a work/repair for this?
    The link to the draft site is www.keenwebdesign.com/test/GLL/


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    doing it for me....took a while but it rollsover to a yellow colour yes?? - The only one that does not work in ff is the Press Release box...that does not work (the ancor)

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    Hello,

    At my end it is fine, the only one that dosen't work is Press release which dosen't have a link so won't work.

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    Looks like you need to add position: relative and a z-index to #menuleft and #menurt.

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    hover/menu problem in FF

    hmm... it does have a link

    <SPAN onMouseOver="document.pic5.src='press_release_on.jpg'" onMouseOut="document.pic5.src='press_release_off.jpg'"><a href="press.html"><img src="press_release_off.jpg" height="55" width="123" name="pic5" border="0"></a></SPAN>

    I'll go try the z-index offering.

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