Borders come in different thicknesses and colours, and can be applied to to a range of elements such as boxes, tables, images and paragraphs.
A standard border can be created using the
class="box bdr-solid bdr-uni"
bdr-uni in this example) comes from the border colour class.
The border can be made thicker using the
bdr-medium (3px) and
bdr-thick (5px) classes in combination with other border classes.
class="box bdr-solid bdr-uni bdr-medium"
class="box bdr-solid bdr-uni bdr-thick"
Top, bottom & side borders
Borders can be applied to just one side of an element such as a box, table, image or paragraph using the following classes. These classes can be combined to apply borders to multiple sides.
class="box bdr-top-solid bdr-uni"
class="box bdr-thick bdr-left-solid bdr-grey50"
class="box bdr-right-solid bdr-black"
The border will default to the University or relevant College colour unless a border colour class is applied. Border colour classes are available in the full set of University and College colours:
Borders can be removed from just one side of an element such as a box, table, image or paragraph using the following classes:
All borders can be removed from an element by using the