: Many modern browsers try to be helpful by displaying
a border when you click on a graphical link, such as a hotspot in a
client-side imagemap. The same border sometimes appears when an image is
moved using DHTML. Unfortunately, this can be ugly or inappropriate
in many page designs. Solutions are slightly different for every browser,
so a complete fix is somewhat complicated.
offers the most comprehensive workaround available.
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