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I have a link on my website that, when I click on it in Chrome v16.0.912.75 or Safari v5.0.6 (5533.22.3) becomes highlighted by a blue border.

The link html is as follows:

 <li><a href="http://example.com/" accesskey="1" tabindex="1">Home</a></li>

Clicking results in the following:

Example

Why is the right side of the cell not also highlighted?

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It is highlighted. But it seems you have another not-highlighted box on the right side. That's overlapping the border portion. Give some margin between them. For any help in CSS coding, head for Stackoverflow.

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