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    Internet Explorer switching from IE to FIREFOX showing errors

    hi,

    i am using IE up to now, presently looking to change to Mozilla Firefox 2. i am getting errors, all options are not working.... the below is the error code...
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    Warning: Error in parsing value for property 'CURSOR'. Declaration dropped.
    Source File: http://10.1.2.28:8080/ILICTreasury/b...css/common.css
    Line: 147

    Warning: Expected declaration but found '&'. Skipped to next declaration.
    Source File: http://10.1.2.28:8080/ILICTreasury/b...eftSideMenu.do
    Line: 0
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------

    the error code in the javascript is as given below...
    INPUT.buttonshade {
    BORDER-RIGHT: #104a7b 1px solid;
    BORDER-BOTTOM: #104a7b 1px solid;
    BORDER-TOP: #BACDFE 1px solid;
    BORDER-LEFT: #BACDFE 1px solid;
    BACKGROUND-COLOR: #e6e6e6;
    CURSOR: hand;
    COLOR: #BACDFE;
    font-family: verdana;
    font-size: 11px;
    font-style: normal;
    vertical-align: middle;
    line-height: normal;
    font-weight: bold;
    font-variant: normal;
    text-transform: uppercase;
    TEXT-DECORATION: none
    }
    <style>
    #foldheader{cursor:hand ; font-weight:bold}
    a{color:#FFFFFF; text-decoration:none}
    </style>


    can any bady have knowledge in the browser compatability options...

    Thx & grds
    Ajay kumar

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    Code:
    CURSOR: hand;
    hand is not a standardised value for the cursor property. It is IE-proprietary. (That's what happens when you use MSIE as your main testing browser.)
    The standards-based equivalent is cursor: pointer;

    Incidentally, the first error/issue is not javasacript, but css.

    I can't comment on the second error you mention as you don't include the relevant passage of code.

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    Also note that this part of the forum is meant to post working code, not questions.

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