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Shane Keulen
Shane Keulen
1,537 Points

Links move after I move the mouse over them.

So my links and section on my contact page change position when the mouse moves over the links. I honestly have no idea why this is happening. I haven't defined any hover states for these.

my website is seethruhead.com

I would love some help figuring this out.

3 Answers

I dont see what you mean.Nothing moves on my computer. Anyway, just in case, you should check your :hover states in your css file to see if you are changing something size or position

I dont see what you mean.Nothing moves on my computer. Anyway, just in case, you should check your :hover states in your css file to see if you are changing something size or position

Shane Keulen
Shane Keulen
1,537 Points

Hey Tomas thanks for looking at my site.

The exact scenario that is happening is this: I open up my contact page, I resize the page to the smallest size, and slowly increase the browser width. Then I get this: https://www.dropbox.com/s/71j0lwemdk0lwxd/Screenshot%202014-06-25%2000.23.09.png

Now when I take my mouse and put it over my @ seethruhead link I get this: https://www.dropbox.com/s/lx1n7t58s1tbk2k/Screenshot%202014-06-25%2000.23.21.png (the section snaps back to where it's supposed to be.

and then when I take my mouse over my twitter and facebook links they snap to the left like so: https://www.dropbox.com/s/n2oo4scmn7b6hyx/Screenshot%202014-06-25%2000.23.24.png

There are no hover states for these elements. The only hover states selected are in my nav.

If you open up each link in its own tab its easier to see what's happening.

Shane Keulen
Shane Keulen
1,537 Points

elements. The only hover states selected are in my nav.