maija_liepins — 2012-08-09T08:46:13-04:00 — #1
I have only recently started experimenting with HTML5 and CSS3. I am obviously missing something (in my CSS perhaps?) because my "on-hover" colour change only works up until the point I actually put an address on the text, turning it into an active link.
For example: go to this current work in progress www.ucsite.co.uk/ginger and you will notice the first three menu items are clickable but don't go orange on-hover. In contrast, the blog and contact links which don't have addresses input yet do go orange on hover.
The same thing is happening with this site: www.ucsite.co.uk/parsonage (the links are supposed to be white, but as soon as you have clicked on them, they stay grey).
I haven't encountered this before, but I obviously need to tighten up my code somewhere - any ideas where?
ronpat — 2012-08-09T14:43:13-04:00 — #2
On both sites, your anchors are listed in the wrong order in css. Should be:
The .orange anchors on the ginger site are in the correct order, and seem(ed) to be working.
Unrelated: in the src url's, the "&" should be written as a complete entity sequence such as "&" The validator will flag those for you.
maija_liepins — 2012-08-09T16:01:15-04:00 — #3
Ah! So simple Thank you so much!