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Does anyone know how to get rid of the dotted outline when you click on an image in IE5 (possibly 4 as well I haven't tried). It doesn't look too bad on regular shapes like buttons but it looks horrible on image map polygons.

I would like to do this through code rather than a browser setting if possible.
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at least for me, they appear in IE4 also, and hm.... well, I don't think you can get rid of them, if you can, I'd be interested to know how...

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martinag earned 200 total points
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This has been discussed over and over before and the thruth is that they can not be deleted.

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OK I guess it's the HTML equivalent of "how do you change the  backcolor of an access datasheet"- the perennial Access question.  I should have looked through previous questions, sorry everyone.


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It is not that usual - once in a month or something like that.
There are more frequent questions like "Passing variables to html-page?" and "No underline using links?".

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