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BOXESBorder Colors

Date : Pre 2007

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You would have thought that all browsers would be the same when it comes to 'border colors' wouldn't you?

If you specify the following:

Cascading Style Sheet

border-top:1px solid #f00;
border-right:1px solid #0f0;
border-bottom:1px solid #00f;
border-left:1px solid #000;

Then all browsers would look the same.

But not a bit of it. They would all be different.

Let me explain. When does the top border stop being the top and become the right border and similarly the right border become the bottom border and the bottom border become the left border and so on?

Well the answer is it depends which browser you are using.

Just to demonstrate, if I set up a div with the following:

Cascading Style Sheet

#bord {
display:block;
width:1px; 
height:1px; 
background:#fff; 
border-top:1px solid #f00; 
border-right:1px solid #0f0; 
border-bottom:1px solid #00f; 
border-left:1px solid #000; 
overflow:hidden;
}

and I magnifiy the result, I would get the results opposite:

Internet Explorer 6

Mozilla 1.5 and Netscape 7

Opera 7.23

Whereas I would have expected all of them to produce something like this

So there you have it, browsers cannot even agree on how to deal with basic 'border colors', and I had hoped to use this method to produce images based on a grid of four pixels (2x2) using the above css but with a height and width of 0px
I had hoped that this would produce a grid like this ~

FAT CHANCE :)



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