Problems with links in Firefox

Posted on 2009-12-22
Last Modified: 2012-05-11
I am having a strange issue with a website that I have inherited from another IT support company.

The website is located at and the problem is the first four links on the last line of locations e.g.  Sutton, Swavesy, Trumpington, Wilburton do not work!

It only occurs in Firefox and I have no idea why......

I have rewritten some of the code and attempted to tidy up what is there and hoping that someone could help
Question by:D1rtyBerty
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    Expert Comment

    Get the latest firefox version it seems working fine with me.

    Author Comment

    Thanks for your prompt response!

    I am running version 3.5.6 (the latest i believe) and as I say it is just the first four links on the last line (Sutton, Swavesy, Trumpington, Wilburton)

    And it is still not working (for me and my client!)

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    Accepted Solution

    Ther is a <div id="sessions"> where "sessions" CSS style is in something named ffstyles.css (maybe firefox styles?) that is overlaping the last line.

    Author Closing Comment

    Thanks very much..... I feel a little stupid, quite obvious!

    What dev environment do you use?

    Thanks again Rob
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    Expert Comment

    I am glad to be helping you. This is just firefox with firebug add-on (

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