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Can you have a hover effect on a TD in IE?

I can not get hover effect on a TD to work in IE, it seams you can not
have
a hover on a td in IE?

I have treid this

body.section-2 td.current,
body.section-2 td.submenu,
body.section-2 td.bredtsubmenumellemrumhojre,
body.section-2 td.bredtsubmenumellemrumvenstre {
background-color: #ffc233;

}

body.section-2 td.submenucurrent {
background-color: #ffcc66;

}

body.section-2 td.submenu:hover {
background-color: #ffcc66;

}

and this

body.section-2 td.current,
body.section-2 td.submenu,
body.section-2 td.bredtsubmenumellemrumhojre,
body.section-2 td.bredtsubmenumellemrumvenstre {
background-color: #ffc233;

}

body.section-2 td.submenucurrent,
body.section-2 td.submenu:hover {
background-color: #ffcc66;

}

Which works in firefox, but not in IE.

Then I treid setting the hover effect on the link, like this.

a.submenulink:hover {
background-color: #ff0000;

}

But then the entire cell is not filled out.

Can you see a fix for this problem?

Se problem here http://madsgormlarsen.dk/andersen/
Mads

Aug 8 '05
51 11804
Christoph Päper <ch**************@nurfuerspam.de> wrote:
0.24mm dot pitch which equates to a maximum resolution of ~118PPI.


Clearly my math isn't what it used to be (blame my old age :-)


Let's (also) blame English units in general and "DPI"/"PPI" in particular.


I wish I could blame the bizarre mix of mm (dot pitch) and inch (PPI) in
the specifications, but I'm afraid I stupidly got the imperial -> metric
conversion wrong.

My mind is going, as well as my hair. Life is just so unfair :-)

--
Spartanicus
Aug 16 '05 #51
Tim
Tim wrote:
Very wrong! Disabling the deflection is EXTREMELY different. It's
obvious you don't know much about how CRTs work on the electronics level.

Spartanicus sent:
My degree in electronics, being old enough to have grown up in the CRT
age and many years of experience working with and on CRT displays
suggests differently.


My background in electronics engineering, television servicing, and
television production, says otherwise. Stopping the scan drastically
changes how the beam current affects the tube.

--
If you insist on e-mailing me, use the reply-to address (it's real but
temporary). But please reply to the group, like you're supposed to.

This message was sent without a virus, please destroy some files yourself.

Aug 17 '05 #52

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