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Chapter 6


CSS Background Attachment


The background-attachment property specifies whether the background image should scroll or be fixed (will not scroll with the rest of the page):

Example

Specify that the background image should be fixed:

<html>

<head>

<style>

body {

  background-image: url("img_tree.png");

  background-repeat: no-repeat;

  background-position: right top;

  margin-right: 200px;

  background-attachment: fixed;

}

</style>

</head>

<body>

<h1>The background-attachment Property</h1>

<p>The background-attachment property specifies whether the background image should scroll or be fixed (will not scroll with the rest of the page).</p>

<p><strong>Tip:</strong> If you do not see any scrollbars, try to resize the browser window.</p>

<p>The background-image is fixed. Try to scroll down the page.</p>

<p>The background-image is fixed. Try to scroll down the page.</p>

<p>The background-image is fixed. Try to scroll down the page.</p>

<p>The background-image is fixed. Try to scroll down the page.</p>

<p>The background-image is fixed. Try to scroll down the page.</p>

<p>The background-image is fixed. Try to scroll down the page.</p>

<p>The background-image is fixed. Try to scroll down the page.</p>

</body>

</html>

 

CSS Border Style

The border-style property specifies what kind of border to display.

The following values are allowed:

  • dotted - Defines a dotted border
  • dashed - Defines a dashed border
  • solid - Defines a solid border
  • double - Defines a double border
  • groove - Defines a 3D grooved border. The effect depends on the border-color value
  • ridge - Defines a 3D ridged border. The effect depends on the border-color value
  • inset - Defines a 3D inset border. The effect depends on the border-color value
  • outset - Defines a 3D outset border. The effect depends on the border-color value
  • none - Defines no border
  • hidden - Defines a hidden border

The border-style property can have from one to four values (for the top border, right border, bottom border, and the left border).

Example

Demonstration of the different border styles:

p.dotted {border-style: dotted;}
p.dashed 
{border-style: dashed;}
p.solid 
{border-style: solid;}
p.double 
{border-style: double;}
p.groove 
{border-style: groove;}
p.ridge 
{border-style: ridge;}
p.inset 
{border-style: inset;}
p.outset 
{border-style: outset;}
p.none 
{border-style: none;}
p.hidden 
{border-style: hidden;}
p.mix 
{border-style: dotted dashed solid double;}

Example

<html>

<head>

<style>

p.dotted {border-style: dotted;}

p.dashed {border-style: dashed;}

p.solid {border-style: solid;}

p.double {border-style: double;}

p.groove {border-style: groove;}

p.ridge {border-style: ridge;}

p.inset {border-style: inset;}

p.outset {border-style: outset;}

p.none {border-style: none;}

p.hidden {border-style: hidden;}

p.mix {border-style: dotted dashed solid double;}

</style>

</head>

<body>

 

<h2>The border-style Property</h2>

<p>This property specifies what kind of border to display:</p>

 

<p class="dotted">A dotted border.</p>

<p class="dashed">A dashed border.</p>

<p class="solid">A solid border.</p>

<p class="double">A double border.</p>

<p class="groove">A groove border.</p>

<p class="ridge">A ridge border.</p>

<p class="inset">An inset border.</p>

<p class="outset">An outset border.</p>

<p class="none">No border.</p>

<p class="hidden">A hidden border.</p>

<p class="mix">A mixed border.</p>

 

</body>

</html>