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Jun 3, 1997

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Getting rid of the frame focus black border

Question:
Is there a (JavaScript? HTML?) way to get rid of the black rule (focus border) surrounding a frame after it has been clicked? I am in the process of designing a Web site using frames and graphics with a white background, and every time a user clicks into a frame, the site is surrounded by the #@*% focus border, ruining the graphic design.

Answer:
Simply use FRAMEBORDER="NO" FRAMESPACING=0 in the FRAME tag.

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