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May 7, 2007, 8:43 am
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According to CSS specifications, a browser shall ignore such a setting,
since 'hand' is not an allowed value for the 'cursor' property.
The names are misleading, since the 'cursor' property actually affects the
_pointer_, and the value 'pointer' means that the pointer shape is that of a
Anyway, the cursor property is mostly harmful in the hands of most authors.
It helps to prevent links from looking like links, non-links look like
links, and to create "funny" effects that are fun only if you have nothing
important to do _and_ you haven't seen such a "funny" effect a dozen times.
Jukka K. Korpela ("Yucca")
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