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02-26-2011, 09:58 AM #1
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rounded corner tabs in html/CSS; no selection outline
this is *not* acceptable because although it appears round corner, on selection, the browser's selection outline for the object still corresponds to a rectangle with square corners;
on the other hand these rounded tabs are what i want; there is no selection outline, so whether or not this is still a square-cornered object, it's square corners are not betrayed to the user.
(actually in FF, the a bottom selection border stills shows up so even this is imperfect).
how do you do away with the object selection outline. You know what I mean right, the faint dotted selection line which appears when a linked object is selected in a browser?The website I am building is http://www.mathannotated.com. My questions often pertain to it. This is my site plan: http://www.mathannotated.com/images/...ctory-tree.gif
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02-26-2011, 10:24 AM #2
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