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Hyperlinks don't work witn firefox mozilla

Hyperlinks don't work witn firefox mozilla

Hyperlinks don't work witn firefox mozilla

(OP)
Hi ;I have a problem with hypelinks on the same page (#q1...) working perfectly with IE but not with firefox;??
Have a Idea?
www.jacquel.com/bordeaux.htm
Thanks

RE: Hyperlinks don't work witn firefox mozilla

Your base target is set to '_blank' forcing a new page.
Some of your bookmark links have '_blank' set too.

Keith

RE: Hyperlinks don't work witn firefox mozilla

(OP)
Thanks Keith for looking ,I changed the target to  "parent", still the same!!!

RE: Hyperlinks don't work witn firefox mozilla

Works ok for me now in IE6 but I find the table borders annoying.
It might be me though - I just like to drink the stuff (lol)

Keith

RE: Hyperlinks don't work witn firefox mozilla

(OP)
Ok thanks Keith

RE: Hyperlinks don't work witn firefox mozilla

It still doesn't work in FF.
It is possible that the page doesn't work for me as I do not have the FF Flash plug in installed.

Keith

RE: Hyperlinks don't work witn firefox mozilla

(OP)
It Is also not working with firefox but with IE,Thanks anyhow

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