Topic "Website: "Documentation" link not shown in Firefox or Opera"

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Anton P.



There's a problem with the styling of the website on Firefox 1.x and Opera 8 (but not in IE 6).

in IE there are three rows of links at the top of the page, one beginning "News", one beginning "Documentation" and one beginning "Protocols".

On Firefox and Opera, the middle row beginning "Documentation" is almost entirely hidded, and you only know it's there because when you hover the mouse over "Protocols" the "Documentation" link appears over the top, mixed in with "protocols". And when you're on a documentation page, the word "Documentation" is written behind the word "Protocols".

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I'll try to solve it. However there are only two rows, what you see happens when the first row wraps when it does not fit to the screen.
Martin Prikryl

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