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May 04, 2021 03:00 CSS3
With CSS3, you can create fillet borders, add shadow boxes, and act as boundaries instead of using design programs such as Photoshop drawing software, which greatly helps you save a lot of time.
In this section, you'll learn about the following border properties:
border-image (note: this property does not support ie browsers)
Internet Explorer 9 plus supports border-radius and box-shadow properties.
Firefox, Chrome, and Safari support all new border properties.
Note: For border-image, Safari 5 and older versions require the prefix -webkit-.
Opera supports border-radius and box-shadow properties, but requires a prefix -o-for border-image.
Adding fillets to CSS2 requires some skill, especially for nods, and we have to use different images in every corner.
But if you're in CSS3, it's easy to create fillets. In CSS3, the border-radius property is used to create fillets:
Add fillet elements to div:
The box-shadow property in CSS3 is used to add shadows:
Add the box-shadow property to div
With the border-image property of CSS3, you can use images to create a border:
Create a border with a picture in div:
Create a border with a picture in div
|border-image||Set shorthand properties for all border images.||3|
|border-radius||A shorthand property that sets all four border-radius properties||3|
|box-shadow||Attach the shadow of one or more pull-down boxes||3|
That's the whole story of this section, have you learned about CSS3 borders? If you're still confused, we recommend that you read it a few more times, or do it a few more times for the example above!