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Firefox - can't click any hyperlinks

Posted on 2007-11-13
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http://www.theravive.com/  in firefox -  unable to click any of the hyperlinks in the main body.  THe left side links work fine, but the bottom links or links in the main body are 'frozen'.  

Works great in IE.

Any ideas what this problem could be?
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you have an invisible div in front of it. the divs are very confusing, even with firebug to track them
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i found it.  thank you.  was a position:relative it works now.
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btw, with firebug enabled, right-clicking on the "providers" link and "Inspect Element" ends up on this element:

<div id="bottom1" class="footertxt">

which is sitting in front of the "mainbg" div
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