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BillyG:-
Hi Stu. I didn't check because you say that the sub-menus on this one do not click in FF, but I do get sent back to your front page when I click on them via my current FF.

You've really been putting out some sweet stuff lately, must be a summer breeze in your neck of the woods!
(10.08.2007, 22:54)

Stu:-
BillyG, The sub levels should take you to the different top level index pages. The top level links take you to the home page. You will see that Firefox always displays the home page as the link.
Look at the second menu in the series and you will see the sub level links are different.
(10.08.2007, 23:03)

singha:-
The INS tag seems to cause the "Firefox problem" :). Try replacing it with e.g. BLOCKQUOTE (a block-level element... I know ... not very semantic, but works). It worked for me fine in Firefox 2.
(31.08.2007, 11:21)

singha:-
... the "only" issue is that it does not validate :(
(31.08.2007, 11:31)

singha:-
...because of the inline/block elements mixture. Unfortunately INS tag is not allowed to contain block level elements (and causes FF problem).
(31.08.2007, 11:37)



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