The CSS2.1 border property has served us well but it’s a little basic. What if you require two or more borders in different colors? The CSS3 border-image property is an option but it still requires Photoshopping shenanigans and the syntax is quite complex. However, if you simply need a series of solid-color borders, there is an easier alternative: the box-shadow property.
How to make a body border that was rounded where the edges met on the inside. We've covered body borders before, but this was slightly different. Using the outline property on the rounded element with using the box-shadow property without blur and offset.
Stripes are pretty easy to do in CSS these days. CSS gradients via the background-image property really got our back.