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Thanks a lot for yours messages.
Yes using styleClass and style there could be a solution but doing that right now will crush all the application layout, since combo boxes already have a specified dimension and position on GUI page.
The big issue as far as i know comes from the fact that in HTML the "width" attribute is not recognized for an "option" tag included in a "select" tag in IE. It seems that this width for "option" tag will never be larger than width of the "select" tag.
Right now i am trying to find a work around using JQuery.... to simulate FireFox behavior for comboboxes in IE , anyway i don't see any solution than to large the width of the select tag and than to re-sized it to original width.
By the way, could i ask here some questions related to jQuery ?
It's considered preferable NOT to specify your style attributes on the page, actually. If you define them in a central stylesheet, you not only help ensure that all pages in the app are more visually consistent, you also improve the ability to "skin" the app.
We have a forum for web page scripting. Probably jQuery questions will get better answers there.