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Cursor: POINTER

Thread began 4/02/2013 5:27 pm by Cologne | Last modified 4/06/2013 12:26 pm by Cologne | 1203 views | 8 replies |

Cologne

Cursor: POINTER

Hi,
is the "Cursor: POINTER" missing?
Cheers,
Denis

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Missing from where?

the pointer is default cursor, so it does not need to be explicitly defined in css.

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Cologne

In iE8 it does Not work.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

what doesn't work?

you need to provide more details.

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Cologne

Hi Jason,
I dont know what it is, maybe something easy, but I cant find the error.

login.php

in the frontEnd the Button does not work like it should (hover, pointer), in iE8.
in the backEnd it does.

test@test.de / testtest

Maybe you can have a look.

Denis

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

when i view your page using IE 8, and hover over the login button, the pointer turns to the hand with the index finger pointing at the button.

is this not what you are expecting?

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Cologne

The strange thing is, on some pages it turns to the pointer and the hove effect works and the action takes place over the whole button, and on some pages you only can click on the button label to get an action.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

ok, well, please give a link to a page that demonstrates the problem, and give a detailed explanation of what I should be looking for.

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Cologne

login.php

Login: test@test.de / testtest

Button not working in iE8. The hover effect does not work, the pointer is not there, and the link action is only if you click the label.

frontend:
register_1.php
login.php
resetPassword_1.php
backend:
welcome.php

In the backend, the buttons are working fine:
changePassword.php
changePrivateDetails.php
and the other pages.

thats, what is so strange. I checkt the CSS link in the template, but its all ok.

Denis

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