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IE and the dreaded :hover issue...

SamKL
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Fairly new at converting over to using non-table layouts, but I've been working at this one particular issue for over 6 hours now with no real perceivable results...

The page in question is W3C valid and I used this tutorial as a guide...

Now I'm not sure how they got their example to display properly in IE, but it just won't work for me when I reproduce the code to fit my own.

The page I'm testing this on is http://www.rockymountainpond.com/test_site/

The css file is http://www.rockymountainpond.com/tes...css/layout.css

And it does use csshover.htd fix for IE.

Any ideas what might be prohibiting this stylesheet from working correctly? I've tried so many changes to the code and CSS to get it to reproduce the same effect as that tutorial, but with no success.
Sep 20 '06 #1
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drhowarddrfine
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Possibly all the comments before the doctype. If there is anything before the doctype, even a single space, IE goes into quirks mode. Remove all that stuff and see what happens.
Sep 21 '06 #2

SamKL
P: 27
Possibly all the comments before the doctype. If there is anything before the doctype, even a single space, IE goes into quirks mode. Remove all that stuff and see what happens.
Hm, tried it but no luck.
Sep 21 '06 #3

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