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>> I'm creating a compiled HTML help (.chm) in RoboHTML 2002 on a
>> Windows 2000 machine. I have an image that uses n image map for
>> popups. It works great, except that the popup's image map border
>> appears on the graphic once the popup is active. It doesn't appear
>> in the preview window.
And Char James-Tanny responded almost immediately:
> Unless I'm misunderstanding, this is a "feature" of Internet Explorer. (It allows folks using screen
> readers to "see" the hotspots.) I know how to disable it in straight HTML and perhaps this will work
> in the RHH Editor (I haven't ever tried it).
> Add the following to the area tag in the imagemap:
It worked like a champ! Thanks - this list is great.
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