Borders are one of the few things on the web that contribute to an element’s size, unless the element has explicit dimensions set.

This lesson covers how to set CSS border radius properties, border styles, border colors — and expands into animations, overflow, and even more advanced CSS properties like object-fit, which can be used to achieve perfectly circular, consistent image elements. We’ll also cover CSS border styles that involve different border colors on the same element, including animated transitions on beveled edges.

00:00 – Introduction
00:48 – Borders
01:27 – Shapes
03:48 – Sides & edges
04:40 – Bevels
05:24 – Animated transitions
06:55 – Recap

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  1. I don't hear the "th" at the end of him saying "width"… so it sounds like he's always saying "wid".
    We are supposed to be pronouncing the "th" right? Or have I been living lie O _ o

  2. What about a border around the actual image of an img element that has object-fit:cover? The border is on the img's box, not the actual image itself…which is irritating.

  3. Amazing platform, and even more amazing teacher. The way Webflow creates their tutorials and the tone of which he speaks is so engaging. Congratulations to making tutorials interesting!!

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