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When we place our mouse over a link the underling "path" is shown at
the bottom of the browser... I want this to be hidden from the view of surfers.
Doe any one know the html code that needs to be added for this purpose?
Thanks in advance.
You must add two attributes to the anchor tag:
onmouseover=" window.status='mouse hover status'; return true;" onmouseout=" window.status=' '; return true;"
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