On Fri, 2 Mar 2007 10:59:15 +0100, [EMAIL-REMOVED] wrote:
> i'm experiencing an annoying issue on Firefox
> the link in the page, when clicked, displays a persistent dotted border...
On Sat, 3 Mar 2007 10:35:44 +0900, Philippe Wittenbergh replied:
> Although. If you are careful, you can actually improve the appearance of this focussing
> ring (or rather the focus state) within the context of your page. I have seen cases
> where the (default) focussing ring was hard to see: heavily styled sets of tightly
> grouped navigation links on dark backgrounds. In those cases, it can be useful to style
> the a:focus state just as one would style the a:hover state. (even leave the default
> focus ring in place, but add additional clues: colour/background-colour changes, font-
> weight, etc).
To add to Philippe's sage advice, IE (6, at least) does not recognize a:focus,
but treats a:active much the same as a:focus in other browsers.
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