Published Feb 27, 2022
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The border-radius property defines rounded corners on an element. It measures the radii for each corner and can have one to four specified values.


/* Four values */
border-radius: <top-left> <top-right> <bottom-right> <bottom-left>;

/* Three values */
border-radius: <top-left> <top-right + bottom-left> <bottom-right>;

/* Two values */
border-radius: <top-left + bottom-right> <top-right + bottom-left>;

/* One value */
border-radius: <all corners>;

Both absolute and relative units can be used as values for this property.

Example 1

p {
border: 1px solid blue;
border-radius: 10px;

Sets a 1-pixel blue border around each paragraph with 10-pixel rounded corners.

Border Radius Example 1

Example 2

p {
border: 3px solid black;
border-radius: 0px 25px;

Sets a 3-pixel solid black border around each paragraph with 25-pixel rounding only on the top right and bottom left.

Border Radius Example 2

Example 3

#with-background {
background: #73ad21;
border-radius: 25px;

The element with an id of #with-background will have 25-pixel rounded corners, even if no border is displayed.

Border Radius Example 3

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