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Applies to  ?

Examples

View live exampleThe following example shows how to use the HIDEFOCUS attribute to prevent a focus rectangle from appearing on a button.

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<BUTTON>
Button With Rectangle</BUTTON>
<BUTTON HIDEFOCUS="true">
Button Without Rectangle</BUTTON>
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Notes

Remarks

The focus of an object is visibly indicated by a focus rectangle—a dotted rectangle within the boundaries of the object. This property does not control the ability of an object to receive focus; for that, use the tabIndex property.

Syntax

See also

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Attribution

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