The frame property sets or returns which outer-borders (of a table) that should be displayed.
Set the frame property:
Return the frame property:
|void||The outside borders are not shown. This is default|
|above||The top outside border is shown|
|below||The bottom outside border is shown|
|hsides||The top and bottom outside borders are shown|
|vsides||The left and right outside borders are shown|
|lhs||The left outside border is shown|
|rhs||The right outside border is shown|
|box||The outside borders are shown on all four sides|
|border||The outside borders are shown on all four sides|
The frame property is supported in all major browsers.
Note: IE9 displays this property correctly. Earlier versions of IE displays the borders on the cells within the table too (instead of on only the outside borders).
Set two different outer-borders of a table:
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