But the ‘Game Cards’ link only works in FF, not IE. Do you know of a reason? Can anyone help?
@StephBertha anchor links are case sensitive so check your code to make sure the link and the anchor are spelled the same. I have not looked at your code other then seeing the anchor (Saigorei) link starts with an upper case http://www.jeffreitz.com/portfolio-1.html#Saigorei change it to http://www.jeffreitz.com/portfolio-1.html#saigorei (lower case).
And it would be really appreciative if there weren’t 4 comments commenting on the music because that was not why I posted.
I agree – music playing is 90s, but it would be helpful if there was constructive criticism by letting me know WHICH browser the music is playing in.
On a side note you may want to check your markup and CSS as you have some errors that will and may currently be causing cross browser issues.
@Doc – Thank you, I will tell him about it.
@ Sgt – I don’t want side notes. I didn’t post for side notes. I’m posting this as a favor to my friend hoping I would get a resolution. It is his job to fix the music and whatever else.
Again, I ask, is there anybody who can help me?
@StephBertha – SgtLegend was merely suggesting that you might want to look into some of the errors on the site as they can cause things to go awry in certain browsers. Nobody is going to spend 30min looking into your issue, especially when you start using the tone that you are. I understand the frustration, but nobody is actually required to help you.
Things I have noticed:
I would recommend trying to reduce the problem. Remove elements from the page. The best thing to do would be to create a simplified jsfiddle. It could be something else on the page entirely that is making it not work.
I know that nobody is required to help me, but when you spend hours trying to figure it out for free for a friend, all you want is some help. Pointing out issues as above doesn’t help me solve the initial problem. The time gets prolonged.
I’m not a mean person, I’m just frustrated . . .
Thank you, I will try that. I have tried making the S lowercase, but didn’t work. Posting on jsFiddle is a brilliant idea! If we don’t find a solution, then maybe a new script, entirely, is in order.
Yea, it could simply be a loosely coded script. The HTML looks like it could be slightly reworked as well.
For example, I would wrap each section in a div with an id of the link you are trying to hit.
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