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    label {
    cursor: pointer;
    }
    what does the cursor attribute do?

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    erm.....affects the cursor?
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    To go a little further it affects the way the cursor looks when hovering over the defined element. In this case, when the cursor is over a <label> instead of looking like your default arrow, it looks like your default pointer, usually the little finger that almost looks like it is flipping you off.

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    Yep. I also like "cursor: help;" for elements like abbr and acronym, or anything with a "title" attribute defined, like so:
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    abbr, acronym, [title] {
       cursor: help;
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    Perhaps we need another one of these threads for little-known CSS properties. I was unaware of cursor.
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    Get the skinny on most of the cool CSS stuff here
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    Multiple classes!!!!!!! I've always wondered about those.

    Thanks for posting the link. It looks like a great site!
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    Quote Originally Posted by beetle
    Get the skinny on most of the cool CSS stuff here
    Awesome link, and quoted becuase people should read this site twice .

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattjacob
    OK, OK, fair enough. Nobody mentioned using <strong> and <em> in place of <b> and <i>. As far as CSS goes, I've found the following to be pretty useful as of late:
    Code:
    form.oneLineForm {
    display: inline;
    }
    I had to use that for a project at work where the client wanted a text blurb ('Enter your email address'), followed immediately by an input field, followed by a 'Go' button... all on the same line.
    really good!

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    Very good thread...
    I had been using <th> for quite some time now... very handy. I did not know about the scope="row" though. I had heard of thead/tbody/tfooter/col/colgroup and some other ones but do not see me finding a practical use for them. I'll definately use <label>... that's good stuff with checkboxes.

    Just wanted to have this link posted again... very handy:
    http://www.w3schools.com/xhtml/xhtml_reference.asp


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