omg, i envy. i love his stuff, and have since the early 2000s! :') have a good time.
ohh~ i thought i would be able to find another S3rl fan here on neocities :'))) he's awesome! his music makes me super nostalgic, i'm so stoked to hear it in person. not sure where you're from, but he's on a US tour rn? thank you so much!! ♥
alas, i'm from the uk. hopefully he'll be here at some point though! (also i meant 2010s not early 2000s. oops)
also apologies for not updating my site properly, i'd love to do a proper return soon but rn life is so crazy...more family complications :( love& miss the community so much though, thank you SO much for all of the follows!! ♥♥♥
dammit, i meant to use more commas... '*went to the library, bought one of my dream dresses...'
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! ♥
Put the anchor tags on the outside of the button instead of on the inside.
or use onclick to redirect.
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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