Not sure why that is happening without seeing the code. You will have to upload the page and supply a link to the page in question. The constuct from what I can see in the image supplied looks a bit fragile. If you exported the html directly from Photoshop usually that doesnt make a good job of it.
You could try this css below:
Insert it in the pages code directly before the closing </head> tag near to the top of the page.
I did exported from photoshop. I thought photoshop was used to create these type of things and dreamweaver was used to correct them. I saw it work in a you tube video I'll supply the link and you can see what Im talking about. check out at interval 9:10 - 10:00 http://www.youtube.com/watch?NR=1&feature=endscreen&v=IKeg1nhe-wE
You don't just slice your PSD directly. DW is not just a simple slice linking tool. It's a lot more than that. Photoshop should be used purely only for creating your graphics and you can only slice backgrounds for patterns. You must use CSS to style all your elements, regardless small or big.
Regarding your question, post an active link to your webpage and we'll look into it.
on my home page the links will take you to the other page, but at the other pages the links dont seem to work. When I put the cursor over the image link nothing happens. The cursor stays an arrow instead of turnng into a hand. Im sure that what I did to create the links on the home page I did to create the links on the rest of the pages. ANY IDEAS AS TO WHY THIS IS HAPPENIING.
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