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Cant figure out why this doesnt work.

Posted on 2004-03-31
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On this page: http://www.nacko.com/NAM/3/topBar.html

the logo at the top with this code:

<a href="wholesalers.html" target ="showframe" style = "position: absolute; top: 20; left: 20;"><img src="toplogo.gif" border="0" alt="National Art Materials"></a>

Isn't clickable for some reason.
The url shows up in the status bar but nothing happens when you click.  It works when the style is removed... but how can I get it to work with the style...
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Question by:fairon
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by:venkateshwarr
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It is working for me, a pop window is opened with the html file......
Is there any popup blocker on? like google toolbar.....
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lombardp earned 125 total points
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It works on Mozilla FireFox, but not on MSIE 5.0

You can quickly solve the problem if you replace "position:aboslute;" with "position:relative;".

<a href="wholesalers.html" target ="showframe" style = "position: relative; top: 20; left: 20;"><img src="toplogo.gif" border="0" alt="National Art Materials"></a>

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by:bruno
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works on IE if you click it twice....
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