If you nest several elements inside each other and you tie the display of child elements to the :hover of the parent element, it can happen that after a first, correct display of the nested elements, these elements will stay displayed in IE7 even if the element directly above them does not have :hover! (And if simultaneously an indirect-parent element does have it.)
Test page Workaround is included
Reported by: Vilem Malek.
Explorer 7 | Reported on 16 August 2007.
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