In some themes you have to style the dropdownbox and it can be hard to catch it in Firebug.
This is how you can style a link, with a certain class if you like, as a button in your CSS.
The old solution to this problem required you to add an extra element with clear: both to the container. Once it was in place the container contained a non-floating element, which means it stretches itself up to accomodate it.
The new solution
The width is necessary to trigger "hasLayout" in Explorer Windows (except for 7)
border: 1px solid #000000;
This is how you can use a different CSS file for the different Internet Explorer browser or for use for other actions.
alert("Congratulations! You are running Internet Explorer.");
<P>Thank you for closing the message box.</P>
The with of the td loses the reference to the tables 100% and reference to its own content. But using display="block" works fine. The solution is to use a div with style="display: block;" around the table.