Link_to and firefox

I ve got the following in my code:
link_to “Prev Month” , {:controller => “rind_kalender”, :action =>
“index”, :planday => h(@plan_day << 1)} , :class => “prevMonth”

controller and action are my default controller and action in
routes.rb

The generated html code for the link looks like:
Prev Month

Unfortunetly, Firefox (2.0.0.11) does not allow me to click on that
link.
The link is working in IE 7.

Has anybody similar experiences?
Is there anything wrong with my link_to statement?


Volker

Prev Month

Unfortunetly, Firefox (2.0.0.11) does not allow me to click on that
link.
The link is working in IE 7.

Has anybody similar experiences?
Is there anything wrong with my link_to statement?

there shouldn’t be any connection to the ruby u wrote.
if it generated html (which, as u posted, it did) the problem lies in
other issues such as css / other browser compatabilities annoyances -

(general advice - download firebug addon for firefox, makes life
amazingly better)

check to see if there isn’t some z-index issue (css) that has a layer
above the link which blocks it / etc . the answer lies within

good luck
s

check to see if there isn’t some z-index issue (css) that has a layer
above the link which blocks it / etc . the answer lies within

Unfortunelty, I ve still got no solution. css throws no errors. no js
errors.
I m not using z-index on my page. I ve set a z-index for my links but
still… they are not reacting to my mouse clicks.

IE 7.0 is working…

Any further ideas?

Thanks a lot in advance.


Volker

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