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Why doesn't IE 4.0 support TITLE attribute in the <A> tag ?
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Because neither side (Netscape, IE) can get their acts together and decide to use the same attributes in their browsers, one has always got to be different from the other, it's very frustrating to all webmasters
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Tuff I wanna know if any browser supports that?
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