I find that I have to use the following style to specify a style for my right border:
border-right: 1px solid black;
I've just noticed myself using both border: none and border: 0 to reset a border in the cascade.
Is there a One True Way™ to reset a border that has already ...
I don't get why the "border-right: 1px solid white;" property in my menu doesn't work in webkit browsers Safari and Google Chrome...
As you can see there is not white line ...
i have a page at this link and im trying to get the border around the comments to not be higher than the bottom of the image so i ...
I am trying to make right border of an <ul> element to be linear gradient.
I have tried following but with no success:
-webkit-border-image: -webkit-linear-gradient(top, #FE2EF7, #4AC0F2) 0 0 5px;
So, I have a sidebar on my site. It can vary dynamically in height. I want to have a 1px wide border to the right, but I don't want it to ...
My CSS is:
border-width: 0 15px 0 0;
I'm designing a navigation bar that HAS to run in IE Quirks mode (i.e. it can't have a DOCTYPE tag at the top). It also needs to work in Firefox ...
Any other questions relating to this either have answers giving the OLD webkit syntax, not the new syntax, or they don't explain how to apply the border-gradient to ONLY one side.
I am making a navigational menu in html and css, but i want the border right of each navigational item to be an image.
I wish to have on a given div, a shadow on the bottom and right sides.