• Article Written 
  • on 02.07.2009
  •  at 12:07 PM
  •  by admin

Removing the Dotted Hyperlink Borders

I love Firefox, it is my favoured browser but there is one little thing that really frustrates me, especially from a designer point of view. You may, or may not have noticed that the browser adds a dotted border around hyperlinks that only become visible upon activating the link. For many this is probably not a problem as its not exactly causing any problems to anyone, but I don’t like it.

To remove this border, all you need to do is add the two lines of code shown below to your sites Stylesheet and wahlaaa, gone! Many of the big sites haven’t even bothered to do this, a few to mention are Microsoftand Twitter.

Anyways, here is the code…

[code lang="css"]
a:active { outline: none; }
a:focus { -moz-outline-style: none; }

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