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The site: http://recession.org

The issue is with the top link ads which are yellow.

On IE6/7 they display properly and are completely functional but in firefox the ads are somehow under the header (but still display above?) and can't be clicked (with the exception of the last one). :?

I am new to this and altering someone else's code to add the ad's

I have tried placing the ad in its own div and it always seems to mess up alignment, when i adjust the alignment it fixes it in IE but then its off in fire fox. Placing the code here finally gets it where I want it without disturbing the page, but as 25% of my visitors use fire fox it doesn't work well.

Thanks for any help!

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The issue is in the header's

The issue is in the header's CSS:

#header {

height: 99px;

position: absolute;

}

Remove "position: absolute;". Then, edit your HTML from:




to:



That should allow the ads to show up and not mess up alignment.

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Thanks very much for the

Thanks very much for the response, I tried that but it ended up shifting the header files and the main content down.

I believe the problem is the "header" div gets priority over the javascript on firefox, is there any way to make that div un-clickable or somehow move it to the bottom?

I know my lack of knowledge doesn't help here so I am willing to pay for the proper fix.

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Is there any way that I

Is there any way that I could put the adsense in its own div and just make it display at the top of the page centered above any other divs?