I've got a really strange problem that I haven't been able to crack. On my web page, when viewing it on IE7, most of the hyperlinks do not work when the link is rendered near the top half of the body of the page.
For example, see the "Discography" page - linked text highlights when you mouse over it, and the links work (opening in a new page), when the link is showing towards the bottom of the inner content area. But if you scroll down the content of the page a bit, that same link which previously worked stops working once it gets near the top of the visible content area.
The header links (shown on all pages of the site) work fine, though, even though they're up near the top of the page.
This problem only happens on IE (I've only been able to test on IE7, and this is what I see on various machines with IE7) - the links work perfectly on Firefox.
Note also that the context menu when you click on the images (the album cover-art for example) is different for images at the bottom of the content area, vs. images which have been scrolled near the top of the content area.
It seems as if there's a hidden div/layer floating over the top of that part of the content area, preventing clicking links for a portion of the content area. But I can't find anything like that when inspecting my DOM hierarchy for the page.