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MozBorderEndColor style property

Browser support:
Sets or retrieves the color of the element's border end. Use the borderLeftColor property instead.
Equivalent to the borderLeftColor property, for a cross-browser solution use borderLeftColor instead.


You can find the related objects in the Supported by objects section below.
This property is read/write.
CSS page for this property: -moz-border-end-color

Possible values:

The type of this property is string.
 One of the following values: 
The color of the border. For the supported color values, see the colors page.
Takes the value of this property from the computed style of the parent element.
Default. Underlying content will shine through.
Default: this property has no default value.

Example HTML code 1:

This example illustrates the use of the -moz-border-end-color property:
        .example {
            border-top: 2px solid green;
            -moz-border-end-color: blue;
            -moz-border-end-width: 3px;
            -moz-border-end-style: solid;
    <div class="example">-moz-border-end-color: blue</div>
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Example HTML code 2:

This example illustrates the use of the MozBorderEndColor property in JavaScript:
    <script type="text/javascript">
        function ChangeBorder (selectTag) {
            // Returns the index of the selected option
            var whichSelected = selectTag.selectedIndex;

            // Returns the text of the selected option
            var selectState = selectTag.options[whichSelected].text;

            var div = document.getElementById ("myDiv");

            if ('MozBorderEndColor' in {
       = selectState;
            } else {
                alert ("Your browser doesn't support this example!");
    <div id="myDiv" style="border-top:2px solid green; -moz-border-end:4px solid blue;">
        Sample division with -moz-border-end

    <select onchange="ChangeBorder (this);" size="8">
        <option selected="selected" />blue
        <option />red
        <option />cyan
        <option />white
        <option />green
        <option />yellow
        <option />purple
        <option />black
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