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    Hello, There is a place on a homepage of a new site I just build that is changing the cursor to indicate that the area is clickable, (Cursor turns to a finger) when you hover over an area, but there is no link to click in that section.

    This is confusing as it indicates to the user that there is something to click, but that is not the case. I am wondering of one of the divs is throwing a hot area over the page or something. Can you help?

    The page is here – Salesnv.com and happens at the bottom of the home page, in the area with the three icon boxes of the demo grader area of the page.


    hm i can see in the code that the cursor has been inherited by:

    input[type="submit"], #submit, .button {
        cursor: pointer;

    look to your alb element or to debug mode if there was used a submit button or something like this.

    Edit : i see the whole section got the id=submit thats it

    you can see it on the link: http://salesnv.com/#submit

    By the way – your demo button on the menu has a wrong link


    rename the unique id to f.e. : approval or consent


    Thank you. This fixed it. The section ID was tricking the system into thinking the whole section was the form submit button. This issue has been resolved.


    Also, thanks for the heads up on the link in the main nav. Fixed that as well.


    by the way – nice logo !



    Thanks for helping out @guenni007 :-)

    Best regards,

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