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    Senior Member Aleister's Avatar
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    I have an image, in which I have setup several polygonal hotspots, which are working fine.

    The problem is, when you click on one of the hotspots, and go to the new page, then click the back button, the border around the hotspot is still visible, until you click somewhere else on the page.

    It just looks kind of ugly, and I was trying to figure out a way to keep this from happening, either by not showing the border alltogether, or by causing the image to lose focus when the page loads.

    I read somewhere to set the image border to 0, which I have tried but it did not help. Any Ideas? Thanks!
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    This link has circles and polygon links, and doesn't suffer the problem.

    I think it may be because they included the border="0" property in the <img> tag. Did you include it in the <map> or <area> tags? That might have stuffed it.

    Hope it works!
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    Senior Member Aleister's Avatar
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    hm.. i see it doing the same thing as mine..

    maybe i have a setting in ie6 turned on to show it
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    As far as I know there are no settings in IE for image/image-map borders.

    Could we see your code and try to figure it out from there ?
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    it just shows that IE is a crappy browser
    lol

    as far as i know theres no way to get rid of it, iv always had that problem with IE, which is why i use firbird (used to be called phoenix)
    Download Firebird now!

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    Heres the code.

    <map name="FPMap0">

    <area href="fragrances.htm" shape="polygon" coords="33, 193, 53, 195, 71, 184, 69, 162, 93, 156, 101, 145, 91, 60, 75, 25, 56, 26, 50, 64, 51, 97, 27, 108, 27, 136">

    <area href="jar.htm" shape="polygon" coords="188, 163, 182, 98, 161, 75, 131, 73, 106, 92, 102, 108, 108, 171, 126, 178, 157, 176">

    <area href="jar.htm" shape="polygon" coords="197, 123, 200, 28, 223, 11, 248, 6, 268, 20, 281, 49, 275, 122, 245, 134, 219, 131">

    <area href="votives.htm" shape="polygon" coords="289, 84, 306, 93, 322, 88, 335, 60, 329, 34, 306, 30, 288, 53">

    <area href="votives.htm" shape="polygon" coords="357, 57, 377, 64, 399, 61, 408, 17, 391, 2, 368, 3, 352, 30">

    <area href="jar.htm" shape="polygon" coords="316, 133, 341, 147, 370, 148, 391, 138, 391, 90, 372, 66, 342, 69, 320, 98">

    <area href="potpourri.htm" shape="polygon" coords="43, 234, 69, 214, 93, 181, 140, 191, 204, 175, 227, 159, 292, 156, 353, 172, 412, 156, 443, 176, 425, 220, 352, 246, 226, 256, 100, 248">

    </map>


    <img border="0" src="images/nav_map.jpg" width="450" height="280" usemap="#FPMap0" alt="Welcome!">

    (yes i know that some of the links have more than 1 polygon associated with them
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    Hey,

    I had a similar problem once. Try setting the border to 0 in CSS for img.
    Hope it works!


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