It could be that in Internet Explorer, the content that is created by the onmounseover() function covers the <a>nchor element and subsequently generates a mouseout() event. That causes the new content to be destroyed, which then generates another mouseover() event, and the process repeats endlessly, causing the flicker effect. Move the new content created by the onmouseover() function so its a bit further away from the <a>nchor tag and see if that fixes it. If it does, you might just need to reduce (or, at least, define) the width, height, margin, and/or padding for the new content. Good luck!
thx for the replau, I found out that this is the problem. the couple divs are in the same area, but they are needed here. btw new contetnt is further away. Here is my page for better understanding wherhttp://www.agrokoncernas.lt/2012/ind...iai-atstovai-2 it is not in english but the problem is the map. when on hover city it should be a contacts on the right - they are but they are flicking. I know that this is the problem of overlaping elements, but maby there is a solution for IE?