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Missing link when using CSS?

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Have a look at this page using Mozilla or Opera (or any other non-IE
browser):

http://www.genesis-x.nildram.co.uk/test.html

Down at the bottom right, there's a ads box "id=rentbox" with the words
"This Space For Rent. To advertise here, please contact us."

Why doesn't the word "contact" show up as a link?

I've had a look at the HTML and CSS and I can't see anything wrong.

The Style Sheet is at:

http://www.genesis-x.nildram.co.uk/css/gx.css

This one's got me stumped ... maybe I'm just tired or something ... sigh!

TIA,

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[H]omer
Jul 20 '05 #1
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On Thu, 06 May 2004 23:41:23 +0100, [H]omer wrote:
Have a look at this page using Mozilla or Opera (or any other non-IE
browser):

http://www.genesis-x.nildram.co.uk/test.html

Down at the bottom right, there's a ads box "id=rentbox" with the words
"This Space For Rent. To advertise here, please contact us."

Why doesn't the word "contact" show up as a link?


Never mind, figured it out.

The adjacent text (that wraps round the box) id="articlearea", had a
property "position: relative;" that was somehow interfering with the
hyperlinks in the box.

Remove that property; problem solved.

Why would that have affected hyperlinks?

Weird!

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[H]omer

Jul 20 '05 #2

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