I jot down JS tips as I come across them in my work as a web developer - Rob Chandler.
Style cursor: hand; wont work in FireFox. Hand is an IE setting. Instead use cursor: pointer;
Don't think it works in IE5 and back. Try putting both in your CSS...
Some sites required users to “click to activate” before they could interact with the control. Microsoft has now licensed
the technologies from Eolas and from April 2008 plan to remove the “click to activate” behavior from Internet Explorer!
To get the fix (after April 2008) enable Automatic Update or check Windows Update.
You can download the fix - http://support.microsoft.com/kb/945007
This makes this very difficult in some situations where you want thing aligned pixel perfect in both browsers.
Makes sense: <a name="bookmark">xxx</a> is very similar to <a href="linkURL">xx</a>.
Here's how to stop this: http://www.timrivera.com/tests/hover.html