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    hyperlink not working in FF...

    Hi there
    Now I have never experienced this before and find it kinda odd.
    Does anyone know why the "Home" hyperlink doesn't work in FF? Is it because perhaps it may be too deep in the CSS? I have no idea. Your help would be appreciated as always. The dead link sits under the header logo.

    Here's the html:
    http://www.littlemetals.co.nz/dev/

    Here's the CSS:
    http://www.littlemetals.co.nz/css/main.css
    It's the "#header h2" style...
    cheers

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    hover

    AFAIK, Firefox doesn't support "hover" in quirks mode. Try adding "doctype" to the page.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mittineague View Post
    AFAIK, Firefox doesn't support "hover" in quirks mode. Try adding "doctype" to the page.
    Hi - I do have doctype on the page - transitional here:

    <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN"
    "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd">

    So don't think it's that. Also, it's the whole hyperlink that's not working not just the hover.

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    The div #img1 is covering the whole top header, including the link, as it has no width specified. Either specify the width equal to the products image, or preferably mark the whole thing up as an unordered list floated to the right and get rid of the inaccessible image map...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Centauri View Post
    The div #img1 is covering the whole top header, including the link, as it has no width specified. Either specify the width equal to the products image, or preferably mark the whole thing up as an unordered list floated to the right and get rid of the inaccessible image map...
    Excellent thanks. That'll do it. Serves me right trying to get away with an image map. Not usually something I do. Thanks.


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