Cool trick I just learned...
In IE when you click on a hyperlink, you get a small dotted border around the link. If you don't know what I am talking about, click on a link, then click your back button(no need if the page loads in a new window). You should see the border around the link you just clicked. The whole purpose of it is for accessability to help people navigate. Well I think it's just plain ugly Anyhoo, to get rid of it, all you have to do is add this line of code inside your <a href> tag:
<a href="http://www.sysopt.com" onfocus="this.blur()">sysopt</a>
This is especially nice for things like image maps. Hope somebody finds this usefull. Happy coding
That is a cool trick! Thanks for the heads up golfcart.
Thanks, golfcart, I'll try that on my image map.
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