Putting this here as am not quite sure what is up w/this one.
on this page;
none of the book are clickable.
as they are on the sidebar of the home page.
I really don’t see why. Doesn’t look like any element is covering the them. So a bit befuddled. Am I missing something obvious?
Basically on the working page, the parent element has contained its children due to a clearing div that is in there.
However, on the broken page, there is no clearing div. The easiest solution is to add overflow:hidden; (another way to do it) to .bookRow.
Further to @RyanReese’s comment I am a great believer in using these free tools to validate web-pages:
Having a site conform to standards eliminates browser guesswork
yup I use but not there yet.
Thank you @RyanReese that worked. I thought no element was covering them. don’t know how i missed that big one.
One thing I find annoying in this case is how the code provided by amazon has elements being flagged as errors.
I’m going to go out on a short limb here (not much of a stretch) to say they don’t really care too much about validation. It’s probably a company mentality (why worry about it when people are going to use your site anyway?)
Yah. That and the size of them!
I have had the same problem with google when I was trying to wrap my brain around its API, Google oath & oauth2 to access them.
A lot. Lot of the code provided was outdated.
Eventually I said the hell with it.
I usually find that when I get validation errors, it’s code pasted in from elsewhere, like widgets and suchlike. Then have to try and fix them.
yep sometimes that comes up as well.
but not for me…I never do that!!!
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