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From: Jack Keller [EMAIL-REMOVED]>
Subject: Re: [css-d] Links in Safari aren't clickable
> I get the same issues in Mac Safari & Firefox, both the same
> links: Herbology & Kitchen, but both show up as sections when I
> type them in as a folder
Your code when source is viewed is showing...
Check the links in the blog (presumed MovableType) and make sure
they're properly "linked" for the template.
Jack Keller | cell7.org
Thanks for checking Jack. Unfortunately, that is not the problem
that I was referring to. The links in the navigation that you
pointed to are not working because of the category archiving
methods used with MT. While developing the site, we had dummy
entries in each category to be sure that we could test all of the
category archives. When she went live, we removed all of the dummy
categories - as a result, some of the Category title items are in
the list, but don't have links to live pages because there are not
any entries in the categories.
The real problem is with the links in the MAIN Entry section of
the page. This is the white section with the daily entry text.
Here is the problem:
The owner, when viewing her site (http://www.blogickal.com/) in
Safari on her Mac, can see the links such as "Continue Reading..."
and the "Comments (0)", but when she mouses over them or tries to
click on them, the links don't work. The links are green - and she
sees the green, but they are apparently not clickable.
The same links work in Firefox and IE. And, other remote friends
with Macs who have tested for me have been able to click on the
links while viewing the site in Safari. I'm trying to determine if
this is a Safari problem or a local user problem. Obviously, it's
frustrating to the site owner that she seems to be the only one
having a problem with her site.
Safari users - help!!
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