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Hey, for some reason none of the main navigation links work on the enteringthedream.html page when using Firefox or Internet Explorer. They seem to work on Opera, though.
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teddybear-halo 9 months ago

oh geez...seems you're right...i haven't the slightest clue why. how worrisome... :\ i don't know css very well, but the sensitivity of the buttons is kind of weird--even in Chrome and on Opera you have to click directly on the text for them to work. i'll consider going back to old-fashioned links, i think. thanks for the heads up, much appreciated! ♥

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quokka 9 months ago

Put the anchor tags on the outside of the button instead of on the inside.

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quokka 9 months ago

or use onclick to redirect.

arkmsworld 9 months ago

HTML specs don't seem to like the idea of a link inside of a button, but, like quokka says, you could put the button inside of the anchor tags(even if it does work on Chrome). See here -> https://stackoverflow.com/questions/41275537/why-firexfox-and-ie-cannot-open-a-link-anchor-inside-a-button-button-tag You could also just ditch the button tags and style the anchors to give them the same look.

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arkmsworld 9 months ago

Buttons are really meant to be used if you're attaching them to a Javascript onclick event. But that would be complicating things more than is necessary for a page link...

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teddybear-halo 9 months ago

just testing some stuff, no visible changes here except for the nonsense scrolly box

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teddybear-halo 9 months ago

on a side note, does anyone have any advice on how i can make links that jump to specific sections of my blog for my navigation bar? it's something i've wanted to do since i started my blog (like, links that take you to the start of each entry) but for some reason i can never get the code to work... ;w;

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teddybear-halo 9 months ago

i'm using on the titles of my blog post and then trying to link them in my sidebar frame...maybe it's the frames that keep this sort of thing from working properly?

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anipike 9 months ago

I think the problem might be because you're using just one iframe (I'm not that familiar with them, so I'm not a 100% sure, though). If the blog was built using regular old frames (or possibly two iframes) then the solution would be very easy, just have the links target the frame you want to open things in.

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anipike 9 months ago

Although these days the use of frames is not really recommended in the first place.

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thisoldrecliner 9 months ago

I took a peak at your page source. In blognavi.html, change to: href="blog.html#December" target="_parent". In blog.html, remove the # in the anchor so it shows: id="December". I hope this helps!

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teddybear-halo 9 months ago

thank you so much for trying to help me, everyone! ♥ ;w; it's much appreciated! sadly, still haven't managed any progress--it feels like the answer should be simple, but i think @anipike has the right idea...i'm being screwed over by my use of frames, lol. i'm gonna have to rethink this idea.

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anipike 9 months ago

It looks like in blognavi.html the 'blog entry 1' link needs to be changed like thisoldrecliner said and everything should work then; I just tested it myself by downloading the pages and messing with the source code.

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empeethree 2 weeks ago

wow, what a discussion. I don't usually see that many comments on Neocities posts. I'm glad I found this website.

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