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[web] style="cursor: hand" - doesn't appear to do anything in Firefox

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I have a series of table rows, each of which has an associated (JavaScript) click event so that when clicked the page can do some magic then browse to another page so you can edit the data. To make it more obvious that you click on these to edit them, I have attached the cursor:hand style to them. However, Firefox doesn't change cursor whereas IE does - is this an IE-only feature? Is there a FF/other browser (FF is the only non-IE browser I have on this PC) alternative? Thanks. [smile]

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Try cursor: pointer.

For some more information, look here. CSS2 doesn't actually specify 'hand' as a cursor style, that's IE only. The CSS2 specification for this is pointer, which I assume is implemented as a 'hand' on most platforms.

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Original post by evolutional
Try cursor: pointer.

For some info, look here


Whoops. I'd seen "pointer" - but thought that meant a pointer ala standard Windows arrow "pointer". [embarrass]
Now to try and work out why it's returning some of the records as "Sickness taken as ho". I don't think they're going to think much of that... [grin]

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