Cursor:hand not working with mozilla/firefox

Mostyle our CSS code likely looks like: cursor: hand; This is not working in mozilla,firefox except IE. The reason is IE supports the keyword hand and mozilla, netscape, firefox do not.
If You want to use cursor: hand; to work on all the browsers, simple use
Cursor: pointer

81 Replies to “Cursor:hand not working with mozilla/firefox”

  1. Thanx a lot for the info on Hand cursor.
    it did helped me now the hand cursor working fine even in Mozilla firefox for my project….

  2. I am using the latest version of Firefox, Windows 7, etc. and my cursor will not work in Firefox using Yahoo or Facebook. It will, however, work in IE or Chrome. Can anyone help me fix my Firefox. I have already reinstalled it, played with the mouse settings, ran virus scans, enabled, disabled addons, updated Java, tried most everything. Can someone help me to suzenlv@yahoo.com

  3. Thanks. This works!
    As a developer, its quite annoying when these little little things come in the way. So, can you tell me more points like this for cross-browser platforms!

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