On Windows, F12 will open the developer console in most browsers.
Try removing the animation code, in case that's moving the target so that you can't click on it. Also, check whether there's another element sitting in front of the target, or any event handlers on the child elements which might prevent a click event from bubbling.
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i am running this site: beatassist.eu :and i am using OpenElement software..which i find an awesome software..if you check the site you will say: "you can do all this and you cannot make a button to scroll from an image?" ... the problem is that YES i am not figuring it out?!!
There is no single "right way". It mostly depends on the hosting platform, and what the project's requirements are.
You can essentially use anything anywhere, so it's mostly all about what YOU are comfortable with.
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I'm trying to use the @font-face rule in CSS so that the typefaces I choose appear consistently no matter what fonts a user has available on their device. However, the fonts are not appearing even on my system. So, I wanted to make sure I'm formatting the code correctly (as I'm definitely no expert on this).
Here's some of the code from the site I'm building. Please let me know what should be done to display the fonts as intended.