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CSS outline-style Property

Definition

An outline is a line that is drawn around elements, outside the border edge, to make the element "stand out". The outline-style property sets the style of the outlines.
Note: Outlines do not take up space, and they do not have to be rectangular.
Inherited: No

JavaScript Syntax

CSS properties can also be dynamically changed with a JavaScript.
Scripting Syntax: object.style.outlineStyle="dotted"

Example

button
{
outline-style: solid
}

Possible Values

Value Description
none Default. Defines no outlines
dotted Defines a dotted outline
dashed Defines a dashed outline
solid Defines a solid outline
double Defines two lines around the element. The width of the two lines are the same as the outline-width value
groove Defines a 3D grooved outline. The effect depends on the outline-color value
ridge Defines a 3D ridged outline. The effect depends on the outline-color value
inset Defines a 3D inset outline. The effect depends on the outline-color value
outset Defines a 3D outset outline. The effect depends on the outline-color value
 
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