If you're familiar with CSS, you might know that writing
border: 1px solid #fff
is a short form of
border-width: 1px; border-style: solid; border-color: #fff;
As the example shows, you can easily combine the three
border-color properties into one simple, short-form
border definition like this:
border: <border-width> <border-style> <border-color>. Pretty basic, every web developer uses this all the time.
One thing I find annoying lately is constantly having to write CSS like this if I want to use a border radius:
border: 1px solid #fff; border-radius: 3px;
Wouldn't it be nice if we were able to include the
border-radius in the short-form
border definition, like this:
border: 1px solid #fff 3px;
So, what I'm writing here would be a short
border definition where I can include the
border-radius in the
border property like this:
border: <border-width> <border-style> <border-color> <border-radius>;
If you try this today, it just breaks the
border definition and your browser doesn't parse the line. It would be pretty cool if browsers could also parse this kind of short-form
Just a thought...
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