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CSS Borders

In Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), the border property is used to set the style, width, and color of the border around an HTML element. The border style can be set with the “border-style” property.

The “border-style” property can take one of the following values:

none: No border is displayed
solid: A single solid line
dotted: A series of dots
dashed: A series of short dashes
double: Two solid lines
groove: A 3D grooved border
ridge: A 3D ridged border
inset: A 3D inset border
outset: A 3D outset border

For example, the following CSS code sets the border style of an element with ID “element” to a solid line:

#element {
  border-style: solid;
}

It is also possible to set the border style for each side of an element separately by setting the “top border style”, “right border style”, “bottom border style” and “left border style”. use of properties. .
For example, the following CSS code sets the top border of an element with ID “element” to points and the border of the other side to solid.

#element {
  border-top-style: dotted;
  border-right-style: solid;
  border-bottom-style: solid;
  border-left-style: solid;
}

It is also possible to use the “border” shortcut property to set the style, width, and color of the border in a single line of CSS code.
For example, for an element with an ID of “element”, the following CSS code sets the border style to solid, the width to 10 pixels, and the color to red.

#element {
  border: solid 10px red;
}

It’s important to note that while these border style values ​​are widely supported in all modern browsers, there may be slight differences in how each value is rendered in different browsers.

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