[SOLVED] Border General Message

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paulp575
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[SOLVED] Border General Message

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Document is HTML 5.

Here's the style:

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*.CONTENT
{
  PADDING: 0px 18px;
  MAX-HEIGHT: 0px;
  OVERFLOW: hidden;
  TRANSITION: max-height 0.2s ease-out;
  BACKGROUND-COLOR: #ffffff;
  BORDER: 1px;
HTML Validator is giving me the following "General" comment on the BORDER line above:
The <border-style> value for the "border" property was omitted. This will result in no border being applied because the default of <border-style> is "none".
Is it necessary to include "border-style" if I only want a solid border 1 px in size? Seems rather redundant - unless the default border is NOT soiid.
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Re: Border General Message

Post by Albert Wiersch »

Hi Paul,

You should be getting this message:
The <border-style> value for the "border" property was omitted. This will result in no border being applied because the default of <border-style> is "none".

Which means there won't be a border if you just use this:

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border: 1px;
So you probably want to include a <border-style> in there like this:

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border: 1px solid;
I hope this helps. Please let me know if not.
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