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at September 23, 2009 15:42 by paulgrenwood

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a:active, a:focus{ outline:none; }

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Some browsers like Firefox and IE add a dotted outline border over the link user clicked. It is a useful accessibility feature that lets user know which link he clicked or is in focus. But sometimes you need to get rid of this, here’s the CSS you need to use.

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Remove Active Link Borders

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