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Can't get borders around thumbnail links using PageStyle > No Style in Firefox 4

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when a page has thumbnail links to larger pictures I used to use Page Style > No Style to get a border around those thumbnails in the default blue color which would change to the visited red color when I clicked them, making it easy to see which ones I'd already seen. e.g. This page

Now in Firefox 4 choosing No Style doesn't give any border around thumbnail links so I can't tell which ones I've already opened. How can I get the image borders back?

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Something like this?

@-moz-document domain( {
:visited img { outline: 1px solid red !important; }
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Thanks for the reply. Which file do I insert that into, and would I need to do it for each domain I want?

Also, any idea why it worked in previous versions and not in FF4? Would there be one line to restore it for all sites?

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After a bit of googling I figured this must be added to userContent.css, but hasn't made any difference - still no borders.

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Do you see that outline after you have visited a link?

If the visited link status doesn't show then check that you keep history and that you do not run Firefox in Private Browsing mode.

  • You enter Private Browsing mode if you select: Tools > Options > Privacy > History: Firefox will: "Never Remember History"
  • To see all History and Cookie settings, choose: Tools > Options > Privacy, choose the setting Firefox will: Use custom settings for history
  • Uncheck: [ ] "Permanent Private Browsing mode"

You can use this code for all sites.

:visited img { outline: 1px solid red !important; }

See this for other outline-style examples:

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Thanks for the follow up. No I don't get an outline after visiting, and am not in Private mode (no problem with text links showing visited colors), but I've tried some other examples that I found while searching and they don't work either so I must be doing something wrong.

I've just been adding the lines of code to the end of userContent.css on a new line after the last bracket already in the document. Is that right?

I also tried disabling the NoSquint plugin and restarting because it includes custom coloring for links so I thought it might be causing trouble but that didn't help either.

I'm also using the portable version of FF4, would that make any difference?

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You can try the Stylish extension to see if that works.