CSS Outline Properties — quipoin

In CSS, the outline property is used to add an outline or border around an element. The outline property is often used to highlight an element.

Outline property components:


This component sets the width of the outline. You can specify it using a length value (e.g., pixels) or use predefined keywords like thin, medium, thick, or auto.


This component sets the color of the outline. You can specify it using color names (e.g., red, blue), hexadecimal color codes (e.g., #FF0000), RGB or RGBA values, or HSL or HSLA values.


This component sets the style of the outline. It can take dotted, dashed, solid, double, groove, ridge, inset, outset, or none. These values define the pattern of the outline.