Specify how to slice the border image:
The border-image-slice property specifies how to slice the image specified by border-image-source. The image is always sliced into nine sections: four corners, four edges and the middle.
The "middle" part is treated as fully transparent, unless the fill keyword is set.
Tip: Also look at the border-image property (a shorthand property for setting all the border-image-* properties).
|Animatable:||no. Read about animatable|
The numbers in the table specify the first browser version that fully supports the property.
Note: The border-image-slice property can take from one to four values. If the fourth value is omitted, it is the same as the second. If the third one is also omitted, it is the same as the first. If the second one is also omitted, it is the same as the first.
|number||The number(s) represent pixels for raster images or coordinates for vector images||Play it »|
|%||Percentages are relative to the height or width of the image||Play it »|
|fill||Causes the middle part of the image to be displayed||Play it »|
|initial||Sets this property to its default value. Read about initial|
|inherit||Inherits this property from its parent element. Read about inherit|
CSS3 tutorial: CSS3 Border Images
CSS Reference: border-image property
CSS Reference: border-image-outset property
CSS Reference: border-image-repeat property
CSS Reference: border-image-source property
CSS Reference: border-image-width property
HTML DOM reference: borderImageSlice property