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    I have put in the tab row menu in top of my page, but the link doesn’t work.
    What am I doing wrong?
    I have made a test with only 2 pages – it can be seen here:

    Can anybody help?

    Greetings from Denmark


    Your `` tag isn’t closed in your markup, if you simply close it your tab links should work fine.


    Thankyou for yr reply.
    I just cannot see that the closing is missing.
    Could you show me exactly where?
    I have tried to isolate the tabrow menu on a page and it didn’t work there either.
    It seems only to work in Safari.
    Have anybody used it and made it work in IE and Firefox?

    Kitty Giraudel

    Open the source code. There is neither </body> nor </html>. And no </table> either.


    Currently your source looks like the following:

      Because you haven’t closed the `` tag correctly it will cause other elements to behave in a way which isn’t expected.


    Hi again,
    I have now “cleaned up” my tags and controlled it several times. Now everything should be in order, but
    the links still doesn’t work. You can find the “clean” page here:
    As I wrote before I have also tried to “isolate” the tabrow, just for testing, and I couldn’t make it work there as well. Has anybody tried to use the tabrow menu with success. I mean in any other browser but Safari??
    I would be happy to hear about your experiences with this menu :o)
    Greetings from nighty DK – zzzzzz


    Sorry, I have misunderstood the reason for using the flag!
    This will not happen again :o)
    However, I still very much would like to hear from people who have used the tabrow menu successfully.


    I’ve looked at your source code and, as you say, the links should work.

    What I would suggest is that you make a reduced case (just the menu) into Codepen so we can play with it.

    What I would say is that using tables for layout is a very old technique and better options (IMO) exist.

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