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    Senior Member Hitch - CP's Avatar
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    Hey Guys,

    Another problem for you!

    It can be seen here: Archives - Collossal Pixel The Portfolio of Ali Hitch

    The following CSS code is to make the background of the lists change when hovered over:

    Code:
    section.a-wrap li:hover {
    	background: #161616;
    }
    This does sort of work ..HOWEVER! I think the main background is affecting the background of the lists - the top list background is a lot darker than the bottom list background which you can see if you hover over.

    Is there a way to stop this affect and make it so that the background on the hover affect is uniform all throughout the list elements.

    Many Thanks,
    Ali
    Ali Hitch

    Portfolio & Tutorial Site
    www.alihitch.com

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    Senior Member aeroweb99's Avatar
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    It's the background image in the body. The slight gradient gives the illusion that the li hovers are different. If you change the body bg to a solid black color, get rid of the bg image, then you will see.


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