Borders are commonly used to separate and distinguish different sections, containers, or individual elements within a page. Borders can be styled as solid, dashed, dotted, double, groove, ridge, inset, outset, or none.
dashed border style creates a series of short dashes along the border. It's useful for creating a visually distinctive separation between elements.
border: 2px dashed #990000;/*Border thickness and color are customizable*/
dotted border style creates a series of dots along the border. It's often used for decorative purposes or to create a subtle division between elements.
border: 2px dotted #006600;/*Border thickness and color are customizable*/
double border style consists of two parallel lines. It's a bold border style that can be used to emphasize or highlight elements.
border: 4px double #663366; /*Border thickness and color are customizable*/
inset border style creates an illusion of the border being carved into the page. It gives a 3D, pressed-in appearance. It makes the element look like it is receding into the background or sinking into the surface. This style is commonly used to add depth and emphasis to certain elements on a site.
border: 4px inset #3366cc;/*Border thickness and color are customizable*/
outset border style is the opposite of
inset. It creates an illusion of the border popping out from the page.
border: 4px outset #cc6633;/*Border thickness and color are customizable*/
hidden border style hides the border, making the element visually appear without any border.
none border style also removes the border, similar to
You can mix and match different border styles, colors, widths, and border-radius values to create unique and appealing designs for your site. Borders are an essential aspect, as they help organize content, create visual separation, and enhance the overall aesthetics of a site.