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Michael Spence:-
Actually, I expected what you got with Opera. It placed the top border, then the right, then the bottom, then the left--just like the result I get when folding down the end flaps of a corrugated box. An extra step is needed to tuck in the last corner, and I have no idea how to do that in CSS. (Hm. What effect would altering the sequence of statements have?)
(31.01.2005, 17:26)

Steve:-
Hi Stu,

i closely agree with your image, all but the black, i think it logically should goto the top.

That would have made sense, as programatically, it work work down the css chain, top being overwitten by right, being overwritten by bottom, being overwritten by left.

Where have all the "Software Engineers" gone!
(25.03.2006, 21:47)

paddy:-
I don't know why but in my IE6 the results aren't opposite and they didn't exactly work (compared to FX)
(15.04.2006, 01:16)

ct:-
does the order in which you specify the borders matter?
(01.02.2007, 05:47)

EvilDoer:-
Looking at the 2x2 pixel thing, I can see a way to hide a message from a given browser.
In front of the word "SUX" you can arrange them one of three ways - into the word "OPERA" using the red top border, "IE" using the black left border, or "FIREFOX" using the blue bottom border.
That way only Firefox and IE will see "Opera sux", or only Firefox and Opera will see "IE sux", or only IE and Opera will see "Firefox sux".
Bonus points for getting all three messages into one :)
(16.02.2007, 01:11)



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