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achieve a nicer hover-effect for images

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Dear Pros,

How can I achieve a nicer hover-effect for the image ""
on the bottom-right of my webpage? I am using the class ".footer
a:hover" for a CSS-based mouseover-effect but this causes an ugly
green block to the left of the image while hovering the mousepointer
over it. I just want to link that image to my index-page, without any
mouseover effect if possible. Any hints?

Plus I get an error message from the w3-validator that my file does
not validate against X-html transitional.This is the result I got:
So I am doing something wrong here, but google could not provide me
with satisfying answers. Can you?

Third: Firefox does not display my<titletags. Does anybody know why?

An example of the site can be found here:

the linked stylesheet can be found there:

Thank you in advance for your help.

kind regards,
"Describing an issue reveals the way of solving it. At least I hope so."
Mar 30 '07 #1
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tomasio wrote:
Dear Pros,
Please don't multi-post - answered already in c.i.w.a.h.

accessible web design:
Mar 30 '07 #2

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