The CSS border-image-outset property is a shorthand property used to specify the distance by which an element’s border image is placed outside its box.
Note: The border-image-outset takes effect on the picture specified by border-image-source.
|Length||Specifies the size of border outset as dimensions.|
|Number||Specifies the size of the border as the multiple of the corresponding border-width.|
|Initial||Specifies the size of border to be default size.|
|Inherit||Inherits the value from its parent element.|
Browser Support: The browser supported by border-image-outset property are listed below:
- HTML | DOM Style borderImageOutset Property
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