3 Replies Latest reply on Jan 16, 2009 4:25 PM by uptrends

    Hover links showing. CSS or HTML issue?

    uptrends
      We are using CSS plus Dreamweaver 8. We momentarily see the navigation "hover links" appear before a full page of content manages to get loaded. (Imagine seeing a white browser page with some underlined links in purple between one page leaving and the next one appearing)

      An Hour later------------------

      We have solved the issue. The issue was a line across the page which was messing it up.

      Have a great day.
        • 1. Re: Hover links showing. CSS or HTML issue?
          Level 7
          I have a very fast connection so I am not seeing your problem.


          "uptrends" <webforumsuser@macromedia.com> wrote in message
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          > We are using CSS plus Dreamweaver 8. We momentarily see the navigation
          > "hover
          > links" appear before a full page of content manages to get loaded.
          > (Imagine
          > seeing a white browser page with some underlined links in purple between
          > one
          > page leaving and the next one appearing)
          >
          > Several of our pages have larger photos on them and so the load is a bit
          > slower than normal. However, it looks like links without a stylesheet on
          > the
          > opposite side of the page from where they are supposed to be. We don't
          > want
          > them to show at all, and cannot figure out how to get rid of that
          > "between"
          > page - it is not a between page obviously, but the first part of the
          > load -
          > maybe? Does the same in Firefox or IE.
          >
          > you can see the issue here: www.timezonemedia.com Any help is
          > appreciated.
          >


          • 2. Re: Hover links showing. CSS or HTML issue?
            Level 7
            I have a fast connection too. I don't see the FOUC effect in Firefox3 or
            Safari 3 on Win XP, but there is a noticeable white flash in IE6.

            Flash of Unstyled Content:
            http://webkit.org/blog/66/the-fouc-problem/

            http://bluerobot.com/web/css/fouc.asp/


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            Nancy O.
            Alt-Web Design & Publishing
            www.alt-web.com



            • 3. Re: Hover links showing. CSS or HTML issue?
              uptrends Level 1
              Thanks guys for your help. I finally figured it out. There was a line across the page separating the header from the body - go figure. So - we took that out and bingo! Thanks for your input. Have a great weekend.

              cheers