CSS Properties Examples
These pages show some of the effects that you can produce by
manipulating the CSS properties of the parts of your document.
Not all CSS level 2 properties are covered, and some of the properties
are from CSS level 1.
background-image, background-repeat, background-attachment,
border-color, border-width, border-style
This section contains a fairly large amount of text, so that
we can see the effects of clipping.
A clipping region defines what portion of an element's rendered
content is visible. By default, the clipping region has the
same size and shape as the element's box(es). However, the clipping
region may be modified by the 'clip' property.
The 'clip' property applies to elements that have an 'overflow' property
with a value other than 'visible'.
Select cursor type for this area, then move the cursor around.
If you move it outside this area, it will resume its normal shape.