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  • Wayne Luke
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    I added .ui-tabs-anchor {outline-width: 0px;} to the css_additional.css template, but it still appears. I cleared the cache.
    The link you outlined is not a tab. The code you added specifically adds that CSS to the HTML tags with that specific CSS Class. None others.

    You need to inspect the elements you want to change and apply the outline-width property to the specific CSS classes affecting those links.

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  • semihcannet
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    I added .ui-tabs-anchor {outline-width: 0px;} to the css_additional.css template, but it still appears. I cleared the cache.

  • semihcannet
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    Wow, I didn't think this way. sensible. sorry for being inconsiderate

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  • Wayne Luke
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    The focus? It is there for accessibility because everyone doesn't have perfect eyesight.

    It by design and due to this bug - https://tracker.vbulletin.com/vbulle...sues/VBV-19119

    You can remove it from links with custom CSS using the outline property.

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  • semihcannet
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    No no. I'm talking about the red lines that occur when I click on the link.
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  • Mark.B
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    I'm unsure what you mean. There has to be a means to display the forum title and the number of topics and posts. The structure of the page is built to accommodate that.

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  • semihcannet
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    Frames in Links

    This framework is very frustrating. why are these?

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