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Why does an overlay cover part of a page only in Firefox at http://www.sabordivino.ca/?help,5
The website suffers from an overlay issue whereby an overlay covers the top portion of every page which has a restaurant reservation bar on it. The pages are temporarily modified to drop the bar except the Help page. When you navigate to that page, you cannot click on any link where the overlay is. This only happens with Firefox, not other browsers. It appears to have started with 3.6.8 using WinXP and updated tonite to 3.6.9 The affected page is listed as the site url.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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A good place to ask questions and advice about web development is at the MozillaZine Web Development/Standards Evangelism forum. The helpers at that forum are more knowledgeable about web development issues. You need to register at the MozillaZine forum site in order to post at that forum. See http://forums.mozillazine.org/viewforum.php?f=25
There are errors shown in the Tools > Error Console regarding "myLightbox is not defined" if you click that overlay DIV. So that Litebox script isn't working properly. I do not see any links either that need that script.
Error: this.el.style is undefined Source File: http://www.sabordivino.ca/core/moo.fx.js Line: 109 Error: myLightbox is not defined Source File: http://www.sabordivino.ca/core/litebox-1.0.js Line: 118
Thank you very much for the reply cor-el. It is most appreciated - and helpful!
Cheers - Mike
PS: it is working again...