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    FF hover cursor hand question

    I had a moment to drop in and ask a question.

    Is there a fragment of code I can add to my CSS to make sure the hover hand (cursor) in FF always shows? On my page -- which is in progress -- there are some links that hover with the hand and some that hover with the vertical select cursor. I do not like that vertical selector.

    http://www.theeagleextra.com/sophie1.html

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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    cursor : auto;
    Use cursor : pointer; instead.

    PS: You've some errors in your CSS too, see http://jigsaw.w3.org/css-validator/v...2Fsophie1.html
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    Hi abduraooft,

    How did you get w3c to run that validation? I simply use the test built into my software program or I click on the logo on my page.

    Thank you for your post. After I finish delivering my newspapers and mailing them, I'll be back on the page later this afternoon. With the rain, I won't be doing any garden tilling. I had four of them scheduled for this afternoon after work.

    Thank you for the code fragment. I will implement it.

    I'll also correct the errors you found. Thank you for pointing them out to me. I appreciate it.

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    How did you get w3c to run that validation?
    http://validator.w3.org
    http://jigsaw.w3.org/css-validator/
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    abduraooft,

    I tried your cursor code fragment and it worked! Thank you for that.

    Also, I corrected my errors. I didn't know there was a separate validation process for the CSS. I'm learning more and more everyday and I have people like you to thank for it.

    I notice that my outer border on my new page is about 4 pixels shorter in FF and Chrm than in IE9. I noticed it because my icons and content appear a little bit more cramped.

    If you have any suggestions as to what could be causing it, I would like to hear them.

    Thanks again for taking the time to teach me.

    --Kevin

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