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  1. Ronja

    Mozilla design issues

    But i want the stripe to go all the way through - All the other browsers are handling it fine. Yes yes, i know font tags in the code is not good - but i am looking for a different way of handling this link on the image slider! And the font tag is not the issue.
  2. Ronja

    Mozilla design issues

    If you look at this screenshot: https://www.dropbox.com/s/00qbba1y538hw7q/Screenshot%202015-02-23%2019.56.45.png?dl=0 Or the direct link: http://www.ronjabjornvold.no/rir/index.html you will see what i mean Some more code as to how i have made it look like this: <div class="cycle-slideshow"> <ul class="carusel clearfix" data-cycle-fx="scrollHorz" data-cycle-timeout="8000" data-cycle-swipe="true" data-cycle-manual-speed="800" data-cycle-pause-on-hover="true" data-cycle-pager=".cycle-page-inner" data-cycle-prev="#prev" data-cyc
  3. Ronja

    Mozilla design issues

    Hi. No, i have not validated the code yet. I know it is not the optimal way of making the striped link on the images happen, hence the question here. Any idea on how to make this effect in a different way?
  4. Hi. I am making a website for a friend who has a ridingcenter. I am having some issues with Mozilla. First issue is that i have used div, p and css to create a "link" line on the pictures in the image slider. This is working great in Chrome and Safari, but mozilla is for some reason splitting it in two lines. I have used <li> tags inside he <ul> which is the slider. Any idea on how i can get Mozilla to read it in the same way as chrome, or any better ways to do this? E.g. <li class="carousel-inner clearfix"> <img src="img/bilde3.jpg"> &l
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