How do you set the link width in FireFox? Adding a width attribute to an “a” tag does not work. All that you should have to do is add the width and “display: inline-block” to the “a” tag’s style attribute like so. (But this isn’t going to work)
<a href=”http://www.google.com” style =”width: 200px; display:inline-block”>Google</a>
This does work for Internet Explorer (IE) and should work for FireFox but does not. What you have do to is add an undocumented attribute called “-moz-inline-block” in addition to the normal “inline-block”. Therefore you need this.
<a href=”http://www.google.com” style =”width: 200px; display:inline-block; display:-moz-inline-block”>Google</a>
This is just one of many hang-ups that web developers need to face. Hopefully having 2 real viable choices (IE and FireFox) will force them to be closer to real standards.