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Hello,

I create a link by using a hotspot, but when I click on the linked image you can see the blue hotspot rectangle. How do I make it invisible?

Thanks in advance.
Giovanni

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Correct answer by Paul-M | Adobe Community Professional

css would resolve your issue, if you don't want a global fix target the specific element with a class or ID - post a link to your page for more help 🙂

 

a:focus, a:active {
    outline: none;
}

 

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Hello,

I create a link by using a hotspot, but when I click on the linked image you can see the blue hotspot rectangle. How do I make it invisible?

Thanks in advance.
Giovanni

Adobe Community Professional
Correct answer by Paul-M | Adobe Community Professional

css would resolve your issue, if you don't want a global fix target the specific element with a class or ID - post a link to your page for more help 🙂

 

a:focus, a:active {
    outline: none;
}

 

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css would resolve your issue, if you don't want a global fix target the specific element with a class or ID - post a link to your page for more help 🙂

 

a:focus, a:active {
    outline: none;
}

 

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Keep in mind that the blue outline on focus & active links is created by browsers for usability reasons.  It shows people where they are on the page.  Removing the outline with CSS code makes your site less user friendly. 

 

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