The border-top-width CSS property sets the width of the top border of a box.
The border-width property is a shorthand property for setting border-top-widthborder-right-widthborder-bottom-width and border-left-width of a box at the same place.
The bottom CSS property participates in specifying the position of positioned elements.
The break-after CSS property describes the page, column, or region break behavior (in other words, how and whether to break) after the generated box. If there is no generated box, the property is ignored.
The break-before CSS property describes the page, column or region break behavior before the generated box. If there is no generated box, the property is ignored.
The break-inside CSS property describes how the page, column or region break inside the generated box. If there is no generated box, the property is ignored.
The caption-side CSS property positions the content of a table's <caption> on the specified side.
The clear CSS property specifies whether an element can be next to floating elements that precede it or must be moved down (cleared) below them. The clear property applies to both floating and non-floating elements.
The clip CSS property defines what portion of an element is visible. The clip property applies only to absolutely positioned elements, that is elements with position:absolute or position:fixed.
The clip-path CSS property prevents a portion of an element from getting displayed by defining a clipping region to be displayed i.e, only a specific region of the element is displayed. The clipping region is a path specified as a URL referencing an inline or external SVG, or shape method such as circle(). The clip-path property replaces the now deprecated clip property.
The color property sets the foreground color of an element's text content, and its decorations. It doesn't affect any other characteristic of the element; it should really be called text-color and would have been named so, save for historical reasons and its appearance in CSS Level 1.
The columns CSS property is a shorthand property allowing to set both the column-width and the column-count properties at the same time.
The column-span CSS property makes it possible for an element to span across all columns when its value is set to all. An element that spans more than one column is called a spanning element.
The column-width CSS property suggests an optimal column width. The column-width is the maximum width a column will become before adding another column. For instance, a 300px column width a gap of 0px would be a single column at 599px, but at 600px it would be split into 2 columns. This allows us to achieve scalable designs that fit different screen sizes. Especially in presence of the column-count CSS property which has precedence, to set an exact column width, all length values must be specified. In horizontal text these are width, column-width, column-gap, and column-rule-width.
The counter-increment CSS property is used to increase the value of CSS Counters by a given value. The counter's value can be reset using the counter-reset CSS property.
The counter-reset CSS property is used to reset CSS Counters to a given value.
The cursor CSS property specifies the mouse cursor displayed when the mouse pointer is over an element.
The display CSS property specifies the type of rendering box used for an element. In HTML, default display property values are taken from behaviors described in the HTML specifications or from the browser/user default stylesheet. The default value in XML is inline.