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Change request: remove 'outline:none;' rules

With all of the laws out there surrounding accessibility being enforced now, I'd like to suggest a very simple change that would make developing with your theme easier. Myself and my clients have purchased over 100 copies of your theme now, and this would help us greatly.

You should remove all of the 'outline:none;' CSS rules from your theme that are for the :focus or :active state of elements.

Overriding the default browser behavior of outlining the active element is bad for accessibility and is a violation of WCAG 2.0 Guidelines.

The way you have written the rules makes them impossible to override. If you set them to 0, at least then I could simply change it back to 3, but 'none' makes it impossible to restore the default behavior


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