column-rule-color

The column-rule-color CSS property sets the color of the line drawn between columns in a multi-column layout.

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Syntax

/* <color> values */
column-rule-color: red;
column-rule-color: rgb(192, 56, 78);
column-rule-color: transparent;
column-rule-color: hsla(0, 100%, 50%, 0.6);

/* Global values */
column-rule-color: inherit;
column-rule-color: initial;
column-rule-color: revert;
column-rule-color: revert-layer;
column-rule-color: unset;

The column-rule-color property is specified as a single <color> value.

Values

<color>

The color of the rule that separates columns.

Formal definition

Initial valuecurrentcolor
Applies tomulticol elements
Inheritedno
Computed valuecomputed color
Animation typea color

Formal syntax

column-rule-color = 
<color>

Examples

Setting a blue column rule

HTML

<p>
  This is a bunch of text split into three columns. The `column-rule-color`
  property is used to change the color of the line that is drawn between
  columns. Don't you think that's wonderful?
</p>

CSS

p {
  column-count: 3;
  column-rule-style: solid;
  column-rule-color: blue;
}

Result

Specifications

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