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This property is the opposite of borderColorLight and must be used with the border property that corresponds to the BORDER attribute. This property does not affect the Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) border composite properties. Some client applications do not recognize color names, but all client applications should recognize RGB color values and display them correctly. This property is no longer recommended. Use the borderColor property instead.
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