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  1. #1
    Junior Member
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    Jan 2005
    Hyde Park, NY
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    I want to use the title attribute with some of my links. The problem is the differnce how IE and Firefox handles it.

    The title thing is :
    <tr><td  class="cell_01">Refreshments:</td><td>Breakfast and lunch are available <br>
     <a   class="refreshments" href="../refreshments/Bistro_Menu_small.html"
    title ="
    Bacon,egg and cheese on a roll            $2.00
    Ham,egg and cheese on a roll              $2.00
    Sausage, egg and cheese on a roll         $2.00
    Egg White Sandwich w/cheese               $2.00
    Bagel with cream cheese	                  $1.00
    Buttered roll	                          $0.75
    IE will produce something similar to the above code however Firefox will have it stung out on one line.

    I have tryed using the <pre> </pre> in the above but I could not get it to work.

    Any suggestions on how to formate the title text so it will show up correctly in Firefox?


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    Yep - manually style the title.

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