The border property in CSS is used to style the border of an element. This property is a combination of three other properties border-width, border-style, and border-color as can be used as a shorthand notation for these three properties. It sets or returns the border-width, border-style, border-color Properties.
border = "width style color|initial|inherit"
- width: This value specifies the weight or the width of the border.
- style: This value specifies a style for the border, that is whether the border will be dotted, dashed, solid etc.
- color: This value specifies the color of the border.
Below code illustrates the border property in CSS:
Supported Browsers: The browser supported by DOM style border property are listed below:
- Apple Safari 1.0
- Google Chrome 1.0
- Firefox 1.0
- Opera 3.5
- Internet Explorer 4.0
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- CSS | border-right Property
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- CSS | border-top-width Property
- CSS | border-right-width Property
- CSS | border-right-style Property
- CSS | border-image Property
- CSS | border radius property
- CSS | border-left Property
- CSS | border-top-color Property
- CSS | border-right-color Property
- CSS border-bottom Property
- CSS | border-top-right-radius Property
- CSS | border-collapse Property
- CSS | border-style Property
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