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when I hover the cursor over the 'contact' tab it does not allow me to click it

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Is this the contact link you are referring to?

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I had no issue clicking it, it worked for me.

Have you viewed your site using private browsing? Does the Contact link work then?

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any idea why this would be happening?

Yes. Remove the following CSS ruleset.

nav {
  flex-wrap: nowrap !important
}

This CSS is causing elements to overlap each other. Different browser render and handle things differently. Firefox is obviously less successful at dealing with the forced overlapping.

Here I've turned off the forced overlap in Firefox. Otherwise the nav items would be under the elements on the right side of the site.

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This is Chrome. Here we can see the right elements overlapping the nav items but C handles it better.

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I know of no way off the top of my head to have a single nav line and continue to have the links work properly. There just isn't enough room in the header to fit everything and not have some responsive wrapping involved.

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