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hover link working in IE7&8 not in other browsers

Posted on 2011-09-15
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For the css hover link, the Governor and Director names on the header IE7 and IE8 work fine, however, it won't work in:  Safari, Firefox, Chrome, and Opera.

http://insurance.illinois.gov/newdefault3/newdefaultflat3.asp
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by:gurvinder372
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i can see some activities happening on hover for firefox also,
Which link hover are you talking about?
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by:smitty62
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Pat Quinn, Governor          Jack Messmore, Acting Director
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by:gurvinder372
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but where have you given the :hover styles for links under?

#GovDirLinks ul li a: hover
{
}
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by:smitty62
ID: 36544864

#GovDirLinks a:hover{
      font-weight:bold;
      font-size:small;
      color:#FF0;
}

I inserted:  /* Header name links */  into the css so that you can find it easier.  Not only does it not change color, but the mouse pointer is not turning into a hand.

http://insurance.illinois.gov/newdefault3/newdefaultflat3.asp
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by:gurvinder372
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So, is the issue resolved now? Is anything pending?
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by:smitty62
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It works in IE, but it won't work in Safari, Chrome, Firefox, or Opera.  What is stopping the other browsers from not seeing the <a href> link, and not changing color?
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by:gurvinder372
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can you update the css to add the :hover style for them, so that i can check it here?
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by:smitty62
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I moved it out of the CSS include and put in the <style> tags in the <head> section
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Kyle Hamilton earned 500 total points
ID: 36546355
The div.menu-area is covering up the links. Try this:

 
.menu_area {
display: none;
position: absolute;
width: 900px;
height: 180px;
right: 0px; 
padding:0; /* remove the padding at the top */
overflow: visible;
top: 90px; /* and position 90px down form the top instead */
}

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by:smitty62
ID: 36548917
Thank you kozaiwaniec.  That worked.
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by:Kyle Hamilton
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:)
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