Chapter 9. Border and Box Effects
The ability to add borders to page elements has been around, almost unchanged, since the days of CSS1. What developers wanted to do with borders, however, outstripped what they could do with them years ago. Adding border effects such as rounded corners or shadows has probably been responsible for more extraneous empty markup elements than almost anything else in the web development world. Things that should be simple often involve some incredibly complex workarounds.
The second part of our look at the Backgrounds and Borders Module explores new methods of decorating elements without extra markup. You’ll learn how ...
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