Most people probably use the shorthand when defining CSS’s border property, which is written as follows:
- border: [border-width] [border-style] [border-color];
But what some developers may not know is that the border-width property, the first property defined in the CSS shorthand for the border property, takes values other than those defined by px or em. The property also takes keyword values: thin, medium, or thick.
Here’s an example of how to include the keyword values in your code and what it might look like:
- border: medium solid #333;