> Ok, I concede defeat. I've read this five times and still can't make > heads or tails of it. Sorry. Can you be a bit more lucid? Heh, wow. It seemed to make perfect sense in my own twisted little head, but re-reading it...sorry, guys. I must be more tired than I thought. I'll try again. When viewing a web page in Safari, when I click and drag an image around, usually a little version of the image follows the mouse around the screen. (This is so I can drag it to the desktop or whatever.) However...some images that are in CSS divs - and are links - don't behave like that. Instead, I find myself dragging a little bookmark around the screen. Does anyone know why they behave like this? Should I care? For an example, check out the jigsaw ball in the top left of the Wikipedia homepage: http://en.wikipedia.org Thanks! CK.