Navbar and Background HELP.

Hello there, I am almost completly new to CSS and want to get some problems solved as quick as possible.
I'm a graphicer, designing a webshop with graphics and so on, we are currently using a platform to host our webshop and it has some easy feauters such as: Upload file/image, Create new page with articles, upload price and much more. Well my point is that this platform gets most of the job done.
However I have created a navigation bar on this platform and now I want a clean hover and marked function for it.
The navbar is located in this section:

Hover text hides behind other content

hover text.jpg

Hi I am having my hover text that hides behind other content. I am using a weebly website creator to create my website using custom are my codes:

<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01//EN" "">
  <meta content="text/html; charset=ISO-8859-1"
  <style type="text/css">
.tooltip {
border-bottom: 1px dotted #000000; color: #000000; outline: none;

CSS 'menu' hover table cell background color


I'm trying to for a CSS 'menu' script that when a table cell is hovered the cell background color changes.

Here are 2 good examples of what I'd like, in action (note: this doesn't reflect my personal music taste!):
(It is highly preferred to have 'cells' that contain logos, such as amazon, iTunes, etc.)
(click 'buy now' at top of page - I'd prefer the code to not be 'pop-up' - instead more like the Bon Jovi page.)

Div Box Hover


first sorry for my bad englisch, but i'm german Wink

my html code atm is:

<div id="features" class="four columns">
	<img src="images/design.jpg">
	<h5>Modern Design</h5>
	<p>Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consetetur sadipscing elitr, sed diam nonumy eirmod tempor invidunt ut labore et dolore magna aliquyam erat, sed diam voluptua.</p>

Is it possible to display a link text without changing its color ?


When displaying a link text (<a...>text</a>) many browsers change its color and underline it.
I would like the color not to be changed, for a:link, a:visited and a:hover.

I know it is possible by redefining the color but this is not an easy solution if texts are displayed in many colors depending on whatever... For each possible text color a redefinition should be written.

So my question is : is it possible to inhibit the browser to change the color of a link. I have a begin of answer : a {color: inherit;} but this does not work for IE (6, 7, 8 at least).

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