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Table styling works great in Chrome and IE, but not in Firefox

Posted on 2015-01-27
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Hi,

I have a table:
http://configurator.hydra-comp.dk/old_configs.php

The rows change color, link etc. upon hover.
Works great in IE and Chrome but not in Firefox.

I have tried almost everything and running out of ideas.
Any suggestions will be welcome.


, Kenneth
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It works fine here in IE8, Chrome, Firefox, Opera, and Safari and it works the same in all of them.
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I'm sitting at work and it seems Firefox was waaaay outdated (probably years).
I downloaded the new version and everything is working fine :)

Thanks Dave, problem solved.
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You're welcome, thanks for the points.
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