This gives me an outline with a few images as menu items. The trouble is that in Opera, just after the imgleft images finish, there are 4 small 1px dots that can be hovered over by the mouse and when this happens it highlights the appropriate image menu item. They appear to be duplicates of the menu items. I get the impression it is something to do with the fact that the <a> tags only contain images and no text, and Opera is trying to substitute something. If I do not float the images, then the background hover is much larger than the image size.
Any ideas before I waste any more time here.
Neither problems occur in IE. In Mozilla I get the background problem but not the dots.
Msg#: 1023 posted 10:37 am on May 10, 2003 (gmt 0)
Thanks Graham, Looking at your post it was hard to determine exactly what you meant, I guess you put an extra space after the / and before the close >. I tried that and it made no difference. Thanks anyway.
Msg#: 1023 posted 10:51 am on May 10, 2003 (gmt 0)
Thanks Graham, that worked just fine.
This raises another question, if you dont't mind. Do any other tags have interpretations like this that I should know about. This sort of stuff can waste a lot of time for a newcomer like me. I do not like to reinvent the wheel, I prefer to study it and learn from it.
Msg#: 1023 posted 11:22 am on May 10, 2003 (gmt 0)
Thanks again, the trees are starting to become visible in the forest. I will pay more attention to how I format things in future. I generally try to keep it neat and tidy and do not like to scroll l&r so I guess I will have to learn.