Opera Bug #CORE-31056

Setting background-clip on an element hides its borders

Fixed in Opera 11

background-clip is a new CSS3 property that allows designers to limit the area into which an element's background color or image will spread. When values of background-clip or background-clip are used, Opera not only clips the element's background, but also the border. The addition of a box-shadow (and presumably other box effects) restores the border to the element.

This block should have yellow background and a dashed green border.
The yellow background should not extend into the padding or dashed border.
This block should have yellow background and a dashed green border.
The yellow background should not extend into the dashed border.
This block should have yellow background and a dashed green border.
The yellow background should extend into the dashed border.
This block should have yellow background, a dashed green border and a box shadow.
The yellow background should not extend into the padding or dashed border.

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