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    Question The links in my site breaks to new line

    please help
    i cannot figure out whats wrong with this, example try go to my shop
    the fire spider shop now when you put your mouse to part: >more information< you can see the problem it somehow breaks the line :( if somone know whats the problem in this please tell - i have strugled with this 8 hours and im about losing hope.

    jan
    When the body executes the “fight-or-flight" reaction or stress response, the nerve system initiates, coordinates and directs specific changes in how the body is functioning (physiology), preparing the body to deal with the threat. source:wiki

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    Default Re: The links in my site breaks to new line

    Hi Jan.
    Don't loose hope. Karen, Vasili or somebody will help you with Soho.
    Bless you
    Tom


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    Default Re: The links in my site breaks to new line

    Karen, Vasili HATES ME so heh prob waiting that somone untill then i will try 1 day more to solve this problem.
    When the body executes the “fight-or-flight" reaction or stress response, the nerve system initiates, coordinates and directs specific changes in how the body is functioning (physiology), preparing the body to deal with the threat. source:wiki

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    Default Re: The links in my site breaks to new line

    Go to the soho website. They also have a forum. You can post your question their as well.
    Bless you
    Tom


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    Default Re: The links in my site breaks to new line

    Hey thanks, yea ill try that! :)
    When the body executes the “fight-or-flight" reaction or stress response, the nerve system initiates, coordinates and directs specific changes in how the body is functioning (physiology), preparing the body to deal with the threat. source:wiki

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    Default Re: The links in my site breaks to new line

    How about a space after that bracket? I don't know... I was trying to simulate that. Just taking a chance...
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    Tom


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    Default Re: The links in my site breaks to new line

    ok i will give it a try - anything goes now - all option views are welcome
    When the body executes the “fight-or-flight" reaction or stress response, the nerve system initiates, coordinates and directs specific changes in how the body is functioning (physiology), preparing the body to deal with the threat. source:wiki

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    Default Re: The links in my site breaks to new line

    ok perhaps getting closer diff style does not do that so CSS files might be the issue here. might have to change diffrent theme for this or custom :/ again..
    When the body executes the “fight-or-flight" reaction or stress response, the nerve system initiates, coordinates and directs specific changes in how the body is functioning (physiology), preparing the body to deal with the threat. source:wiki

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    Default Re: The links in my site breaks to new line

    Yes i got it working it was the templates css files - dang it was nice looking template ... to bad it was the way it was.. :(
    When the body executes the “fight-or-flight" reaction or stress response, the nerve system initiates, coordinates and directs specific changes in how the body is functioning (physiology), preparing the body to deal with the threat. source:wiki

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