How is this allowed?
I thought an svg can only use certain properties, and border certainly wasn’t one of them.
How is this even able to do what it is doing?
I never knew of a border to be part of an svg’s repertoire.
border-bottom: 3px solid red;
border-right: 3px solid red;
Border is not listed as an svg attribute here:
As far as I can see,
border is not being used as an SVG attribute in your JSFiddle code. It is a CSS property being applied to the SVG element.
I guess you can do that then.
Terminology is important:). An attribute is html and html elements are allowed certain attributes as required by their specs. This has nothing to do with css properties;)
I find outline to work much better here than border.
Because then the lines aren’t clickable.
Unless something else would be better to use.
outline: 3px solid red;
You seem to have moved away from the subject of this thread, as that code has nothing to do with either SVG or border.
If you have a different issue you need to discuss, I suggest you start a new thread.
ok, I’ll do that. Thank you.
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