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h4 element not rendering at the correct position in firefox

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on this web page http://109.109.245.194/nkarch/the-work.aspx I m using  h4 element inside list li element. Its rendering fine in Chrome but not in firefox or IE. Any ideas what changes I need to make in the CSS?
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Question by:mmalik15
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s8web earned 600 total points
ID: 38748412
First of all, you need a doctype.

Make this the first line:

<!DOCTYPE html>

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by:s8web
ID: 38748415
You really need to validate the page and correct the reported errors before you troubleshoot further. Otherwise you're working with a house of cards.

http://validator.w3.org/check?uri=http%3A%2F%2F109.109.245.194%2Fnkarch%2Fthe-work.aspx&charset=%28detect+automatically%29&doctype=Inline&group=0

Some of your scripts aren't loading (404).

Make sure you add the doctype before you validate.
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by:s8web
ID: 38748421
You probably don't need the extra containers inside your li's.

In your attached classes. is
all HealthAndFitness

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supposed to be two classes, all and HealthAndFitness? That's how the parser will see that.
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by:s8web
ID: 38748424
Try commenting out your js and see if your h4's show up if it's not the missing doctype.
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by:LZ1
LZ1 earned 800 total points
ID: 38749462
I would personally try giving the #ProjectsGrid ul li a position:relative.

Then set the h4 to position:absolute; top:0;left:0; and see where that puts you.
Also remove the div container. All you really need is the h4.
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by:mmalik15
ID: 38751580
Thanks for all the comments.

The issue is mainly sorted except in firefox when I hover over the heading h4 inside ul li, its not working but working fine in IE and Chrome.
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by:Roopesh Reddy
ID: 38767454
Hi,

I tested in Firefox and IE and seems to be working fine!

Do i need to do anything else?
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by:mmalik15
ID: 38767479
thanks for the comment again roopeshreddy.

the page has moved here http://nkarch.lifeintheuktest.co/the-work.aspx

all i m looking is when we hover over the list li the h4 element should have red background. At the moment the background is changing only when we hover over h4 not the whole li element
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by:Roopesh Reddy
Roopesh Reddy earned 600 total points
ID: 38767663
Hi,

i tried the same in Firefox 17.0.1, and here is the result!

Firefox
Check the screenshot and let me know, whether is the desired result?
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by:mmalik15
ID: 38767686
thanks for the comment again but what i m asking is if we hover over the image the h4 element should turn red. At the moment when we hover over h4 element, only then it is turning red.
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by:mmalik15
ID: 38767707
the following css has got it working

#ProjectsGrid ul li:hover h4
{
      cursor: pointer;
      opacity: 1; /* css standard */
      filter: alpha(opacity=100);
      background-color:#760602 !important;
      
}
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