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List item li hover style not working on a page

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on this web page http://nkarch.lifeintheuktest.co/the-work.aspx I have <li> elements inside the div with id=ProjectsGrid.

The css rule #ProjectsGrid ul li a:hover h4 is working fine in chrome and IE but not working on firefox. To be specific the h4 background color is not changing to red on hover.
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The top most element would be what receives the hover state. Change the style selector to:
#ProjectsGrid ul li a h4:hover

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