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Right now it doesn't appear you have that. Not the answer you're looking for? Forums » Other » [Solved] Firefox Anchor Links gAttkins # February 17, 2013 at 3:24 am Long-time reader, first-time poster… I know this isn't a CSS question, but it does relate So the problem is that link 2 leads to anchor 1, when it should be going to anchor 2. have a peek here

Reply With Quote 07-15-2010,02:15 PM #5 Declan1991 View Profile View Forum Posts Registered User+ Join Date Aug 2007 Posts 3,767 Literally that, text. Is the site uploaded or can you attach the file here. There are duplicate IDs on the page, among other things.https://validator.w3.org/nu/?doc=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.wingsovercanada.ca%2Fcatalog.html SamA74 2016-06-08 17:07:09 UTC #12 BestWeb: And here's where I'm trying to link to it from: I don't see any links Help? his explanation

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Content available under a Creative Commons license. asked 4 years ago viewed 6817 times active 2 years ago Upcoming Events 2016 Community Moderator Election ends Nov 22 Visit Chat Linked 570 HTML Anchors with 'name' or 'id'? 1 They expected regular human beings to read this? My website works fine in Chrome but certain links do not work in Firefox or Internet Explorer.

nfc212 View Public Profile Send a private message to nfc212 Find More Posts by nfc212 2nd August 2010, 10:36 AM #3 justtoobusy Member Join Date: Mar 2010 Posts: 39 It's the ID's I'm trying to link to that concern me, and the worst I've been able to find is attempting to link to another anchor by the same ID on This works in Firefox and Chrome but not IE8!!! Anyway, thanks guys.

Give help. Except when I change one of the names, I still get the same results. When I attempted to re-create the problem on JSFiddle, there was none! Like this:

This is an article about an example

and then elsewhere Link to article about example.

Did you try in Chrome or Opera and did they work in them? Bizarre and interesting. how does xcolor's \color work? So if they both happen appear in the anchor then the ID wins the fight and forces the NAME into complicit submission regarding the values.

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cor-el Moderator 14591 solutions 132319 answers Posted 9/9/13, 10:23 AM It is possible that another element is covering the link. https://www.sitepoint.com/community/t/anchors-dont-work-in-firefox/2835 as opposed to just: Once I stick the web address in front, my browser seems less confused, but in the end I had to change some of my styles A Href Not Working In Firefox Mario gollux 2006-09-30 16:05:18 UTC #4 One of those cases where IE doesn't follow the standards, you design for IE and it dies in all the other browsers. Safari Anchor Tag Not Working zcorpan 2010-11-19 12:27:18 UTC #14 xhtmlcoder said: The main point was within HTML 4.01 > For some HTML 4 attributes with CDATA attribute values, the specification imposes further constraints on the

it made all the difference to a total amateur like me!!! navigate here When I use Inspect Element, it selects the first link. Board index All times are UTC - 8 hours [ DST ] Login FAQ / Rules Register Search Boards : Knowledge Base: knowledge base chat about fr ja es mozillaZine is Thanks, will never make that mistake again.

Has anyone ever had this issue and maybe knows how to resolve it? When I clicked on the link in your post again they were shown in the code as: Find your car hood here>>

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Which work fine. I included layout on it and it works like a charm (except ie8)... http://pgelections.com/not-working/anchor-links-not-working-in-firefox.html Here is the code: For anchor 1 it is: Code: Back To Page Top and for anchor 2 it is: Code: Back

Cancel Subscribe to feed Question details Product Firefox Topic Fix slowness, crashing, error messages and other problems System Details Windows 7 Firefox 23.0.1 More system details Additional System Details Installed Support Forum This thread was archived. It could be anything; for argument's sake, I'll use an

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Please note that Im an amateur web developer Thanks in advance Reply With Quote 07-15-2010,01:46 PM #2 kurby View Profile View Forum Posts Registered User Join Date Apr 2008 Posts 190

There are two anchors on the page and 2 links. That appears to have solved it. So your current links are looking for an id in the same page they are on rather than your target page. In HTML5 name="" is obsolete (you should use id="" instead, can be used on any element).

Anyway, it's academic at this point since the attribute shouldn't be used in the first place, as you say. Tweet Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page… Subscribe to this Thread… Display Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Switch to Threaded Mode 07-15-2010,01:34 PM #1 mindonedig View Profile View So link 1 leads to anchor 1 link 2 is simply dead anchor 1 is going to the top of the page (associated with div id), and link 2 is associated this contact form Having hunted around the web, I've tried setting: … as my target - but that made no difference.

Does anyone have a quick solution for me? Simon said: Anyway, it's academic at this point since the attribute shouldn't be used in the first place, as you say. Contact About Archives Advertise Guest Posting License Shop Subscribe RSS current community chat Stack Overflow Meta Stack Overflow your communities Sign up or log in to customize your list. justtoobusy View Public Profile Send a private message to justtoobusy Find More Posts by justtoobusy Bookmarks Digg del.icio.us StumbleUpon Google Twitter « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Thread Tools

No text node: Code: Text node: Code: Foo The power of the Web is in its universality. Email Address CSS-Tricks* is created, written by, and maintained by Chris Coyier and a team of swell people. Link 1 for anchor 1 and link 2 for anchor 2. Have you run it through a validator?

Second point: I still don't understand what you mean by a text node. Thanks BestWeb 2016-06-08 21:37:27 UTC #19 Using the full URL also seems to have helped... Will have a look at the containing DIVs to see what can be done. name="" is of type CDATA, not NAME or ID.

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