Ironically, this code doesn’t work very well in IE 🙂 – When I view the blocked message in IE the cursor does not change as you hover over the selections.
I think you need to use
<div>if you want to keep things compliant while using anchor tags outside of a box.
<a href="http://www.firefox.com" title="Download Mozilla Firefox"> <div id="firefox" class="browser"> <img src="http://www.bozzmedia.com/web/wp-content/plugins/browser-blocker/images/firefox.jpg?9d7bd4" /> <center><h2>Mozilla Firefox</h2> <p>made to make the web a better place.</p></center> <img src="http://www.bozzmedia.com/web/wp-content/plugins/browser-blocker/images/download.jpg?9d7bd4"> </div> </a>
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