CSS border-style

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The CSS border-style property allows you to set the border style on all sides of an element. You can supply from one to four values. Each value specifies the style for each side of the element. For example, if four values are provide, they will apply to the top, right, bottom and left borders - in that order. Supplying one value applies the style to all four sides.

Syntax: border-style: <border-style1>, <border-style2> ...
Possible Values:
  • none
  • hidden
  • dotted
  • dashed
  • solid
  • double
  • groove
  • ridge
  • inset
  • outset
  • inherit
Initial Value: None
Applies to: All elements.
Inherited: Yes
Media: Visual
Example: div.border-style {border-style:dotted dashed solid double}
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