[html5] links not working in Safari after adding animation

Norman Fournier norman at normanfournier.com
Wed Aug 3 12:04:10 PDT 2011

On 2011-08-03, at 3:11 AM, Jordan Dobson wrote:

> You can also try pointer-events:none; on elements that may be blocking
> the hit state from succeeding on the link.
> -- 
> Jordan Dobson • Designer / Developer • 425-444-8014 • JordanDobson.com
> On Aug 3, 2011, at 4:59 AM, "Jacob Kristensen" <admin at blueboden.com> wrote:
>>> I added z-index: -1; to the graphic files and z-index: 1; to the content divs but that did not correct the problem.
>> Try to add position:relative; as well, you need somethiing else then static (default) for z-index to work.
>> Jacob Kristensen
>> http://blueboden.com/

Thank you for your thoughts and suggestions.

The css already specified position: absolute; to tuck everything in the layout into the upper left hand corner and build down and to the right from there. 

I'm not using Flash, just css transform. 

pointer-events: none; didn't affect the behaviour. I think because the animation images are on z-index: -1; already, although Safari doesn't seem to follow.

The links are still broken in Safari. The URL wasn't quoted in the replies, so this is the URL again: http://www.thehalcyoncore.com

Any suggestions are appreciated.

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