Topic: I think this is a CSS problem

I've got a hyperlink, "download", on a media player that is supposed to launch a php script that forces a user to download a file, but the link is not working. I think it's a problem with the CSS, because if I turn off the CSS everything works. But I'm not sure what is causing the problem.

Page is here: http://www.canyoncreekonline.com/mediaplayer/sermon1/

Re: I think this is a CSS problem

I can't get anything to work! (QuickTime controls/links/nothing!)

It might even be that there's no doctype...  It's like there's a 'no click' layer over the whole thing!

James Cooper --  God loving, banjo playing, geek!

Re: I think this is a CSS problem

Added doctype and it's still no working sad Anyone else got an idea what might be causing this problem?

Re: I think this is a CSS problem

Problem solved. I don't know why, but here's what I did:

I had a containing div with the position set to relative, so that I could absolutely position my other items within it. When I changed the position of that div to something other than relative, everything worked. So I added position: relative to the body so anchor my absolutely position elements.

The joys and pains of web development smile