why does the link carry over from my html coding?

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I made a mouse over button, but when ever I do that the next section if its a h1 or h2 or bullet points seems to carry over the link from the button i made, see the link below for an example.


is there a trick I can to to prevent the link from carrying over to my bullet points?

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Hello reptileparty,

We want to be able to assist you with your sitebuilding process. The question you have, requires assistance from our HTML Team. I have referred you to them and they will be glad to help. Please allow them 48 hours for them to respond to your query.

Thanks for your patience.
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Hello reptileparty

Thank you for your patience. It appears that you may have changed your page as I am not able to see the mouseover link anymore in your Sitebuilder. Please let me know if you still need help with this or if you have decided to go with a different format for your page?
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I still need help, please check this page:


I was trying to figure it out with closing tags etc. but no luck, it makes the other widgets carry over the link from my fancy buttons...

you will see that the header and the images after the header (camp types) are all linked to the last button that I coded, the contact-us page.

How do I make it end at the contact us button?

Thank you Sanja!
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Oooh, I think I fixed it...

I just added

< / a >

(without the spaces) at the very end of the html widget that has the button code.

you can see the results on the index page www.safariscience.com

w3schools is a great resource!

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Hi Reptileparty. I am glad you managed to solve your problem. W3schools is really fantastic!
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Yeah, W3Schools is awesome, it is how I learned Ajax! :)