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Hi

I want to use an image map, because of the difficulty of specifying the different areas (this is for a quiz) in javascript.  Is there any way to stop browsers from displaying the area that was clicked on ??
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Phil
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Internet explorer will always put that irritating dotted line around any href. It's an unstoppable force.

You could try something like:

<area etc etc onFocus="document.whatever.blur()">

but i'm not sure how you access an area through the DOM. Try naming everything and a bit of T & E.
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