I have a website that needs written parts changed or shifted around on four different links pages ranging from one line to a few paragraphs. I also need an audio file replaced by another audio file which is pretty much the same length of time, approximately 2 minutes long.
The more difficult of my requests is that I need the links, that go to different pages, to utilize one click to activate them and go to the specified page. Right now they need two clicks-one to activate the link and a second time to intitiate the movement to the specified page. I have been told that the website is written in CSS language, (I believe the program used to build the site was Adobe Illustrator) I can't be totally sure which version of Illustrator was used, I think it was Version 1. The person who designed the site said that she needed to upgrade her program to change the links. I need to know if this upgrade to one click is still possible even after the website was created with it's original program.
Just to be more specific, In FireFox 2.0 the links click once and activate fully. But this is not the case in Internet Explorer 7.0. They need to be clicked twice.
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Windows XP in all 6.0+ versions of Internet Explorer and 2.0+ version of Firefox.