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if your links / images are not clickable/selectable that ususally means they are "hidden" below another div/element i.e. they have a lower z-index than than you want them to have...
You need to find that element (it will be probably be after the links/images in the HTML code) its stacking order may be naturally higher than the elements you have given the z-index to.
Tip: color the backgrounds on all your elements (different colors so you can tell them apart) then you should find the one that is "on top" of your links
report back with a summarized version of your code if you narrow it down or cannot find it;)
The fix was simple and quick. I change a <p> set that was nested in a <div> to a <div> set and now my alts and links work in IE... and Opera and Mozilla display 99% the same as IE.
One thing I noticed was that my body margins and padding were different in Mozilla and Opera. I had to add padding:0px; and margin:0px; to my body tag and then the desired look took shape. Is this always necessary and which Browser emulates the CSS model best?
I have tested in IE 5-6 and Opera 7.22 and Mozilla 1.5. So far IE 6.0 and Opera look the best with Mozilla trailing slightly and IE 5.0 looking by far the worst. My page has 0 tables and uses absolute and relative positioning with a few right floats.