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    border property invisible color

    Hi expert,

    Sorry about my topic title. Im not sure for the exact term on the border style that i want to achieve. I attached an image for the example.
    I want to know how to do that in css..

    Thanks and have a great day!

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    Ed
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    Not sure what you mean exactly. Do you want to take off a border so you cannot see it?

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    hi,

    thanks for your response..

    What I mean is i want to have a border that looks like that..

    How would i do that?

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    It just looks like a white border to me, in which case:

    Code:
    border: 3px solid #FFF;
    Should do it.
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    Hello guysoul,
    Have a look at the CSS border-color property.
    Transparent is default, you could also try inherit or set the color as Donkey has shown you.
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