CSS Question

In IE, when you specify a dotted border, can you specify BOTH colors of the border? So, on a white background, you could have a pink & purple-dotted border (well, dashed in IE, but whatever). Also, by default, is the un-listed color the same as the background color of the element, or the elements parent? For example, if I have a black-dotted border around an element with a white background, but that element is sitting in a page with a grey background, will the border by black & white or black & grey? (I know, I could easily test this one. But it’s on my mind).

4 Replies to “CSS Question”

  1. Uh, what? ‘both colours’? As in, alternating dots back and forth purple,pink,purple,pink? No, no way of doing that.

    Second question – should be a white background.

  2. Uh, what? ‘both colours’? As in, alternating dots back and forth purple,pink,purple,pink? No, no way of doing that.

    Second question – should be a white background.

  3. Hello

    I learnt most of my HTML scripting by going to web sites that I liked or thought were
    successful and viewing the source to see how it had been constructed. However I have
    noticed that there is no CSS on the receiverÂ’s side. How can I view a web site that has the
    CSS scripting on the net? Does this make sense?
    thanks
    toto

  4. Hello

    I learnt most of my HTML scripting by going to web sites that I liked or thought were
    successful and viewing the source to see how it had been constructed. However I have
    noticed that there is no CSS on the receiverÂ’s side. How can I view a web site that has the
    CSS scripting on the net? Does this make sense?
    thanks
    toto

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