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div overlay links works in chrome and ff but not with ie

Posted on 2011-09-19
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I had to have a div overlay do get some links to work, and now I try to get another div over with new links, where it says at the botom: "Click HERE ...".

Please look at the link below:
http://www.gymbagwisdom.com/e2_cms_display.php?v_page=59

This works with chrome and FF but NOT with IE.  I'm using IE 8.
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by:Randy Downs
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These links look the same in Chrome & IE 8.

Click HERE for Student Athlete App.

 Click HERE for Parent App.
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by:flowerbloom
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They look the same, but IE does not work.
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Got a solution.  I changed the dimensions of the first div so now the second div is not on top.

Thanks for the effort.
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by:flowerbloom
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Figured it out.
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