[webkit-dev] "highlighting" a frame

W. James MacLean wjmaclean at chromium.org
Wed Jul 11 13:09:21 PDT 2012

If you're just looking to draw a border, will the focus rings mechanism

On Tue, Jul 10, 2012 at 1:37 AM, Patrick East <patricke at bsquare.com> wrote:

>  Hello,
>  We are working on a custom build of WebKit that will "highlight" a frame
> when the mouse moves over it (the intent is to have it draw a border around
> it for use with a custom input device). We have tried modifying the webcore
> html.css file adding in a :hover selector for frame and iframe that sets
> the border property, but this doesn't work correctly for embedded frames.
> When we test mousing over them it draws the border on the outer-most frame
> and not the inner frame which is what I want.
>  Unfortunately I don't know much about the css code in WebKit, so any
> suggestions on how this could be achieved would be much appreciated.
>  Thanks!
>  Patrick East
> patricke at bsquare.com
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