The border-top-width property in CSS is used to set a specific width to the top border of an element. The border-top-style or border-style property is used for the element before using the border-top-width property.
Property Values: The border-top-width property values are listed below:
- length: It is used to set the width of the border. It does not takes negative value.
- thin: It is used to set the thin border at the top of element.
- medium: It is used to set medium sized top border. It is the default value.
- thick: It is used to set the thick top border.
- initial: It is used to set the border-top-width to its default value.
- inherit: This property is inherited from its parent.
Browser Support: The browser supported by border-top-width property are listed below:
- Google Chrome 1.0
- Internet Explorer 4.0
- Opera 3.5
- Safari 1.0
- Firefox 1.0
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