Support » Fixing WordPress » Menu links don't work in FF (Chrome/IE are fine)

  • Resolved aikorei



    I’m building a site for my church for babysitters, and the strangest thing is happening. My menu links don’t work in FireFox (version 18.0.1, the latest version). IE and Chrome both seem to work fine, but FF is having issues. The link in my footer and the link in the sidebar to “Create an account” both work just fine, but not the menu.

    I’m not sure if this is related to buddypress, or if it’s a FF issue, or what. Has anyone seen this before?

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  • I resolved my own problem. For future reference to anyone else, if you have a similar problem you may want to check display and positioning. In my case, my menu links were sitting inside another div container, and this parent container was set to display: inline. This caused the parent container to be squished to one side of my screen next to a search bar. So while the menu looked like it was in the right place, the parent div wasn’t (though only FF seemed to care about this). I removed the display: inline, and now it works like normal.

    Have a nice day.



    Volunteer Moderator

    Happy days 🙂 I recommend that you mark this topic as resolved as well 🙂

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