I've done a few Google searches, and can't seem to find a solution. I'm sure someone else out there has run to this very same issue though. We've built a site where we have defined a couple a tags' areas using absolute positioning.

It works GREAT in Safari and FF, but doesn't do anything in IE. If I add a rule for border: 1px solid #f00 to the CSS file, I can click on the border itself, but not inside the box.

Here's the link to the site: http://www.extermital.com/

Here's some of my example CSS code:

Code:
#content-sub {
	text-indent: -999em;
	}
	#content-sub a#contact-link {
		display: block;
		position: absolute;
		top: 130px;
		left: 80px;
		width: 80px;
		height: 15px;
		}
	#content-sub a#map-link {
		display: block;
		position: absolute;
		top: 228px;
		left: 15px;
		width: 186px;
		height: 210px;
		}
Any ideas? You should be able to click on the map on the left column or the Contact Form up above that.

Thanks,
Shaun