CSS Transition Properties

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CSS border-spacing transition property


with use of the border-spacing property you can create smooth transition between two different border-spacing property values.

Values

This is the value you will use with border-spacing property

ValueDescription
lengthA length value in px, pt, cm, em, etc. Negative values are not allowed.

Example


One Value

*:hover {
   
border-spacing
 
length
}

Two Values

*:hover {
   
border-spacing
 
length  length
}

References