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HTML Link Won't Click

Posted on 2013-02-03
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On this page, http://goo.gl/m4jxR, the follow on tumblr link below the video on the left won't click for some reason. Seems to be setup fine. Anyone seen this before or know how to fix it?
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by:Aeriden
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Have you tried removing the class "white" or renaming it to another class name (instead of something that is also a color name)?
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by:catonthecouchproductions
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Yes, no luck.
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Your class creator_left is the cause of the issue.  Digging deeper.
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It is the width attribute in the creator_left class (in style.css) that is having an issue (now, it could be due to an interaction with another class).  Renaming "width" to "width_old" solves the issue, although the layout isn't desirable.  But at least you know have a starting point to resolve.
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by:COBOLdinosaur
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The code for the link looks like it should work, but the tagging on the page is really screwed up with 19 validation errors.  Until the code is error free there is very little point in trying figure out what is wrong with code that should work, but doesn't.

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Several of your 'div's are not where you think they are and the one with 'bottom_container' is covering your Tumbler link.  'div's that have no content of their own except for other 'div's can have no height or not follow other div's in position.  Sometimes have to add <br clear="all" /> after them or do the equivalent in CSS.  I think that's what is happening to your page.
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Yep,  Basically it is not clickable because it is hidden from the mouse.

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