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    Question Click area differs between IE and firefox

    Hello,
    I have rather interesting issue on my web site. At its front page I am using images with some sliding text on them. I was expecting to visitor being able to click on whole area of particular image to get to appropriate page linked to the <A> element. This works nicely in FireFox but not in IE.

    IE is not allowing to click where the text is showing. I would greatly appreciate your help if you can take a look at http://www.richard-vanek.eu/ and try to see it live.

    The CSS defining classes for this part is at http://www.richard-vanek.eu/css/frontpage.css

    Thanks a lot for you time and tips!

    -richo-

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    I know I described it rather fuzzy, but maybe you can take a look with IE and than you know.

    I am clueless and would really appreciate your help.

    -r-

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    Have you tried messing with the z-index for the h4 elements?
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    Playing with z-index didn't help.
    I played a bit more and find out that only exactly areas where is a text where not click able in IE8. I have converted all of them to <a> links. Now it is lie I wanted. Only I have 3 links pointing to the same page :-)

    Maybe you can find better solution?
    Thanks in advance!
    -r-


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