CSS Background and Borders is a module of CSS that lets you style an element's background and borders. Backgrounds can be filled with a color or image, clipped or resized, and otherwise modified. Borders can be decorated with lines or images, and made square or rounded. Additionally, element boxes can be decorated with a shadow.
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