Hi, here's the url:
There are 4 image maps over the word 'Start' at the bottom of the page.
I've linked the pages in the properties panel and there appears to be an 'href' piece of coding in the html.
The other maps higher on the page seem to be OK.
Any clues anyone? Any help always appreciated.
All the best, RP
Ken is certainly correct with his question - explicit links would be much better to use than image maps in my opinion. Nevertheless, try adding "overflow:hidden;" to the rule for the #footer div and see what happens.
Thanks Murray, that has sorted it. Having done a small amount of research on the 'overflow' declaration... I'm not sure how this has helped in this instance. There wasn't any obvious overflow of content.... feel free to correct me.... always willing to learn!
Thanks again to both yourself and Ken.
All the best, RP
The 'overflow' style when used with values "scroll | hidden" is incredibly useful in controlling floats and margins on your page. When an element is assigned one of these styles, it becomes "a new block formatting context". What that means is that all interior floats (within that element) are automatically cleared, and no interior margins can escape the container. The problem you were having was that a subsequent element was somehow (and I'm not really sure why - didn't look closely enough to diagnose it) expanded enough vertically to MASK the linked buttons. When the buttons are masked, the mouseovers are not detected by the browser and the links don't work. By assigning the overflow style, you prevent that masking and the links are expressed.
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