1 Reply Latest reply on Jun 6, 2008 6:37 AM by Newsgroup_User

    Black border around hotspots in Image map?

    jgleica Level 1
      I have an image map in my HTML file that contains three circular hotspots. When they're viewed in a browser, each one has a black border around it after it's clicked on. I've seen other help threads on the border problem talk about putting 'border:none" in the IMG tag, but there's no IMG tag..it's an image map and border is already set to "0". The code is below:
      <map name="satelliteLinks">
      <area shape="circle" coords="94,64,41" href=" http://gi.leica-geosystems.com/LGISub5x307x0.aspx" target="_self" />
      <area shape="circle" coords="297,51,48" href=" http://www.erdas.com/erdasCompanyNews.aspx" target="_self" />
      <area shape="circle" coords="517,59,43" href=" http://www.erdas.com" target="_self" />
      </map>

      Any suggestions would be very helpful as my deadline to have this complete is today!!
        • 1. Re: Black border around hotspots in Image map?
          Level 7
          jgleica wrote:
          > I have an image map in my HTML file that contains three circular hotspots. When
          > they're viewed in a browser, each one has a black border around it after it's
          > clicked on. I've seen other help threads on the border problem talk about
          > putting 'border:none" in the IMG tag, but there's no IMG tag..it's an image map
          > and border is already set to "0". The code is below:
          > <map name="satelliteLinks">
          > <area shape="circle" coords="94,64,41"
          > href=" http://gi.leica-geosystems.com/LGISub5x307x0.aspx" target="_self" />
          > <area shape="circle" coords="297,51,48"
          > href=" http://www.erdas.com/erdasCompanyNews.aspx" target="_self" />
          > <area shape="circle" coords="517,59,43" href=" http://www.erdas.com"
          > target="_self" />
          > </map>
          >
          > Any suggestions would be very helpful as my deadline to have this complete is
          > today!!
          >

          Thats the way the web works, its an accessibility feature, as its how
          you can tab around the page and see where the links are. Look at any
          website, click the link, and see what happens.

          Steve