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  1. ChrisB

    To add an extra user-friendly detail, we’ll add a cursor: pointer to the radio button labels on the :hover state, so the user knows that he can simply click them to select that option.

    In your example, that does not work in Opera (not even in V10.10).

    form#payment fieldset fieldset label:hover {
    cursor: pointer;
    }

    But if you remove the :hover pseudo-class from the selector you’ve used – then it will work in Opera, too.

    (And applying the cursor-property only on :hover is redundant, anyway – when else will the appearance of the cursor be affected, if not when it’s over the element…? ;-)

    So you probably might wanna fix this little thing in your article and example.

    Besides that – nice work, fine article!

    Cheers,
    Chris