Is there a way to ensure that one application does not affect others on that page?

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I put a marquee on my page, but it has made the links near it stop working??? Is there a way to ensure that one application does not affect others on the same page?
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Yola_User_A

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Hello Yola_User_A,

Unfortunately there must be something with the code that is making the other links on your page inactive.

What I would suggest is that you make a copy of the page you are working on using the "Save Page As" feature so that you can test the code that is causing a problem and possibly troubleshoot it without the fear of breaking your page. If you want to paste a link to to the page we can try to take a look at it, there are probably some people on the forum here as well who would take a look too.

To make a copy of the page click the down arrow of the "Save" button and choose "Save Page As". You will then be able to give the page a name and will have a duplicate so you can test the code on it.

Emmy
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It only happens in firefox... In IE all the links are fine...
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Hello Yola_User_A

Can you please share with us your URL to the page which contains the code? We can try to troubleshoot why this is happening.
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It doesn't do it anymore, I had to get a new code, I guess the tricks that the objects did in the marquee were too much for the page... IDK. I just did it like 5 minutes ago so I didn't have a chance to tell you all... Anyway it seems to be working now... Thanks
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I'm glad that you were able to find something that works! :)