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CSS - outline-color


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Description:

The outline-color property determines the style of an outline around an element.

Possible Values:

  • none: No outline is drawn.
  • dotted: The outline is drawn as a series of dots.
  • dashed: The outline is drawn as a series of short line segments.
  • solid: The outline is drawn as a single unbroken line.
  • double: The outline is drawn as a pair of unbroken lines.
  • groove: The outline is drawn as though it were a furrow carved into the surface of the document.
  • ridge The outline is drawn as though it were a ridge pushing up the surface of the document.
  • inset: The outline is drawn as though the entire element is pushing the surface of the document away from the user.
  • outset: The outline is drawn as though the entire element is pushing the surface of the document toward the user.

Applies to:

All the HTML elements

DOM Syntax:

object.style.outlineStyle="solid";

Example:

Here is the example:

<p style="outline-width:thin; outline-style:solid;">
This text is having thin solid  outline.
</p>
<br />
<p style="outline-width:thick; outline-style:dashed;">
This text is having thick dashed outline.
</p>
<br />
<p style="outline-width:5px;outline-style:dotted;">
This text is having 5x dotted outline.
</p>

This will produce following result:

This text is having thin solid outline.


This text is having thick dashed outline.


This text is having 5x dotted outline.

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