User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.0; en-US; rv:1.3a) Gecko/20021207 Phoenix/0.5 Build Identifier: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.0; en-US; rv:1.3a) Gecko/20021207 Phoenix/0.5 NOTE: this problem was duplicated with the latest nightly build as of 1/19/03 1:10pm PDT. In-page links such as "S-U (back to top)" in the above URL do not work properly: each such link is supposed to jump back to the top of same web page in which it resides (actually, a label near the top), but instead jumps out of the page to its corresponding, normally-unused page. Furthermore, such links show underlined/hyperlinked under the entire name (e.g., "S-U (back to top)" instead of only the designated and intended part "(back to top)." Both Internet Explorer 6 and Opera 6.03 work correctly on this page -- i.e., the links such as "S-U (back to top)" jump within the page they reside to an alpabetical index on that page and each such link is shown underlined and hyperlinked only on the intended part, "(back to top)" and not the part preceding that (e.g., "S-U" or "M"). Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1.Visit above URL 2. Click an index "back to top" link such as "S-U (back to top)" 3. Compare behavior to IE 6 or Opera 6.03, which handle these links as intended. NOTE: The html code on the above URL is generated by Yahoo Store's interface; the in-page links with problems discussed here were html code added to the page using Yahoo Store's design inferface (i.e., Yahoo Store takes the user-entered code and embeds it in their design-manager-generated code. Actual Results: See details above for actual results.
If this is a bug and not just bad coding then it's a Mozilla bug, not a phoenix-specific problem.
The problem is due to invalid nested links and missing quotes around attributes as in: <a HREF="st.html"><h3><a name=S-U>S-U </a><a href="#top">(back to top)</a></h3></a> This affects all builds afaik. John, as a potential customer can you contact this store and ask them to correct their HTML so that it does not use nested links as in <h3><a HREF="st.html" name="S-U">S-U </a><a href="#top">(back to top)</a></h3>
tech evang june 2003 reorg
John Gordon -- are you still there? Have you contacted the site? This is still a problem, as far as I can tell. John -- I'm unclear on whether or not you're the customer or proprietor of this site, since you know how the code was generated. Have you contact Yahoo! about this at all? If this is just a bug with the store's code itself, and not with Yahoo!, then this probably shouldn't be evang500... -M
Looks fixed to me. The <a>'s are not overlapped and the links work.