On Mon, Oct 22, 2001 at 01:36:51PM +0000, Peter-Paul Koch wrote: > >>I was sufficiently interested to do some testing. It turns out that > >>only Explorer does something with the LABEL tag, though presentation > >>isn't messed up in other browsers. > > > >Actually, Mozilla and NS6 mangle the <label> tag when used with css > >of any sort. The effects range from causing the label to display > >block--even when display is set to inline, to causing the label and > >form element to not display at all, which totally defeats any > >accessibility benefits gained by using <label> > > Thanks for the info. I tried display: block in my example and while NN6.1 > showed it fine, Mozilla 0.9.5 hid the entire form, as you said. Go and vote for: <http://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=96813> and <http://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=100801>. Hopefully the fixes mentioned'll make it into Mozilla 1.0. There's a CSS-side workaround in the second bug report, and interesting talk of the fix making it into the commercial branch. -- Andrew Chadwick, UNIX/Internet Programmer, PR Newswire Europe, Oxford -- The views or opinions above are solely mine and are not necessarily those of PR Newswire Europe. The message may contain privileged or confidential information; if you are not a named recipient, notify me, and do not copy, use, or disclose this message. <andrew.chadwick at prnewswire.co.uk>.