At 21:37 +0200 8/27/04, Lukasz Grabun wrote:
>Googling yielded with no result: can I style border? More precisely:
>is it possible to use -- instead of solid color (or dotted lines, or
>groove borders) -- a specific graphic file? E.g. Or do I have to
>create dummy box and put it outside, say, container with a 5 pixel
>margin and add background property afterwards...
You can style a border, but not the way you mean. There are
proposals for graphic borders in CSS3, but none of them have yet come
to pass. Your idea about creating a dummy box is about the only way
I can think of to create a graphic border. Well, you could also use
a nested series of three or four dummy boxes, but it would come to
the same thing in the end.
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