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Having a Little Fun With Custom Focus Styles

Every front-end developer has dealt or will deal with this scenario: your boss, client or designer thinks the outline applied by browsers on focused elements does not match the UI, and asks you to remove it. Or you might even be looking to remove it yourself.

So you do a little research and find out that this is strongly discouraged, because the focus outline is there for a reason: it provides visual feedback for keyboard navigation (using the Tab … Read article “Having a Little Fun With Custom Focus Styles”

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outline-offset

The outline-offset property in CSS offsets a defined outline from an element’s border edge by a specified amount. An outline, which is different from a border, does not take up any space on the page (like an absolutely positioned element) so the outline can be offset in any amount and it will not affect the position or layout of surrounding elements.… Read article “outline-offset”