The borders utility classes in Tailwind lets you add borders to elements with a variety of styles and colors. To use the border classes in Tailwind, you can apply the border class to an element, along with any desired color and size variations.
For example, you might use the
border-red-500 class to add a red border to an element, or the
border-4 class to add a border that is 4 units thick. In addition to the main border class, Tailwind also provides classes for adding borders to specific sides of an element, such as
border-t for the top border or
border-l for the left border.
In addition to the border classes, Tailwind also includes a set of
outline classes that function in a similar way to the border classes, but rather than adding a border around the element, they add an outline. The outline classes can also be customized with various colors and sizes, using the same syntax as the border classes.
Tailwind also includes
ring classes that add a ring around an element, and divide classes that add a dividing line between elements. These classes work in a similar way to the border and outline classes, and can be customized with various colors and sizes.