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illustrates two different ways of rendering aninset border.

Figure 7-30

Figure 7-30. Two valid ways of rendering inset

So let's assume that you want to define a border style forimages that are inside a hyperlink. You might make them outset, sothey have a "raised button" look, as depicted inFigure 7-31:

A:link IMG {border-style: outset;}
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Figure 7-17

Figure 7-17. Collapsing in detail

This collapsing behavior only applies to margins. Padding and borders, where they exist, are never collapsed by anything.

There's another side to margins: the negative side. That's right, it's possible to set negative values for margins. This will have some interesting effects, assuming that a user agent supports negative margins at all.