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Mar 11, 2003

i'm sure its been thought of before and i'm sure this is just gunna piss off the people who like to tab through their pages, but i just made a little behavior component file that stops any links from gaining focus on your page.

put this is the style section of your page.

<style type="text/css">
a { behavior: url("hidefocus.htc"); }
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then put the attached file in the same dir. (hidefocus.htc) this is all it is

<public:component>
<public:attach event="onfocus" handler="blurry" />

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function blurry() {
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}

</script>
</public:component>

Note: since this behavior is stored in an external file, sometimes one instance of link focus can occur before the htc file can be loaded. if anyone has any tips on fixing that i'd like to hear'em.

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And this in tooltips.js

// global vars
var i, pos, obj, tempObj, tempEle, winSize, extent, scrollHeight;


//toolTip object
var toolTip = null;
var toolTipParent = null;


//find object position
function getRealPos(ele,dir)
{
(dir=="x") ? pos = ele.offsetLeft : pos = ele.offsetTop;
tempEle = ele.offsetParent;
while(tempEle != null)
{
pos += (dir=="x") ? tempEle.offsetLeft : tempEle.offsetTop;
tempEle = tempEle.offsetParent;
}
return pos;
}




//delay timer
var goTip = false;
var goTimer = null;
function focusTimer(e)
{
//second loop
if(goTimer != null)
{
//clear timer
clearInterval(goTimer);
goTimer = null;
//pass object to create tooltip
focusTip(e);
}
//first loop
else
{
//get focussed object
(e) ? obj = e.target : obj = event.srcElement;
//pass object back through timer
tempObj = obj;
//set interval
goTimer = setInterval('focusTimer(tempObj)',400);
}
}


//create tooltip
function focusTip(obj)
{

//remove any existing tooltip
blurTip();

//if tooltip is null
if(toolTip == null)
{
//get window dimensions
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{
winSize = {
x : window.innerWidth,
y : window.innerHeight
};
}
else if(typeof document.documentElement.offsetWidth!="undefined")
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winSize = {
x : document.documentElement.offsetWidth,
y : document.documentElement.offsetHeight
};
}
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{
winSize = {
x : document.body.offsetWidth,
y : document.body.offsetHeight
};
}

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toolTip = document.createElement('div');

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{
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y : getRealPos(obj,'y') + 2
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{
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}
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}


}

}


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toolTipParent = null;
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