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switching off annoying dotted border around links in ff

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hi all

when u click a link in firefox for mac it puts a dotted border around
the link. is there a way to switch this feature off?

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marc

Sep 18 '06 #1
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libsfan01 wrote:
hi all

when u click a link in firefox for mac it puts a dotted border around
the link. is there a way to switch this feature off?

That sounds like a CSS issue. Could you point to an example page? When
you say "on a Mac" do you mean both IE, FireFox and Safari, or do you
mean one of those browsers? Could you be more specific?

Sep 18 '06 #2

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libsfan01 wrote:
hi all

when u click a link in firefox for mac it puts a dotted border around
the link. is there a way to switch this feature off?
This has nothing to do with JavaScript[1], but for the record you can
use CSS to set the outline-style property of the a:focus pseudo-class
transition to 'none':

<style type="text/css">
a:focus {outline-style: none;}
</style>
If this is purely for your private purpose, you can define your own
style sheet to be applied to pages that are loaded into the browser.
1. You can use JavaScript in the onclick attribute of every single link
to blur the element when it is clicked on, but the CSS method is much
better - one line does them all.

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Rob
Sep 18 '06 #3

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RobG написав:
libsfan01 wrote:
hi all

when u click a link in firefox for mac it puts a dotted border around
the link. is there a way to switch this feature off?

This has nothing to do with JavaScript[1], but for the record you can
use CSS to set the outline-style property of the a:focus pseudo-class
transition to 'none':

<style type="text/css">
a:focus {outline-style: none;}
</style>
If this is purely for your private purpose, you can define your own
style sheet to be applied to pages that are loaded into the browser.
1. You can use JavaScript in the onclick attribute of every single link
to blur the element when it is clicked on, but the CSS method is much
better - one line does them all.

--
Rob
Thanks for great answer. I didn't ever though it is possible!

Val

Sep 18 '06 #4

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