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Dotted Box

Sent by Scott Povlot on 5 January 2007 17:05


The dotted box is the focus that appears on the current link.  If you tab around the browser, you
will notice that this moves to each link.  There is not a simple way to remove this.  And if you do,
you may have a usability/accessibility problem.

There is a solution available on CSSPlay at Removing active/focus state borders
(http://www.cssplay.co.uk/menu/nodots.html).  But this seems more complicated than what it's worth,
IMHO.

Scott

----- Original Message ----
From: Steve LaBadie [EMAIL-REMOVED]>
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Sent: Friday, January 5, 2007 9:12:02 AM
Subject: [css-d] Dotted Box

Is there away to prevent the dotted box that appears around a link after
you click on it?  If I refresh the page it goes away.

 

Steve LaBadie, Web Manager
East Stroudsburg University
200 Prospect St.
East Stroudsburg, Pa 18301
570-422-3999
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http://www.esu.edu <http://www3.esu.edu> 

 

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