It is possibly an css error in the code that renders it other than solid!
Else GRE 1.8.x. used by Firefox 2 and K-Meleon has a false default.
Some Firefox 3 render the same way as my IE 8 here
(AFAIK IE 8 has standard compliant and a IE 6-7 quirks rendering mode).
BTW. That is why I asked for browser versions
On Your test page K-Meleon is using a border-style or outline-style (can also be coded via border: , outline: )
To force other style use css -> border-style: solid; or border: solid; this & #3CB371 forces solid green. I do not know whether border: inset is a property that is inherited from previous elements. But the error can be excluded via coding.
Your observed 3d effect is AFAIK created by
Make sure You do not have inset as default or as error in Your own code.
Solid is AFAIK default.
The serries that make such 3D effects is.
groove = 3D-Effekt.
ridge = 3D-Effekt.
inset = 3D-Effekt.
outset = 3D-Effekt.
#3CB371 = one of the three or so valid systems and means green.
Thunderbird uses the same format in its color picker and mails.
A color picker from selfhtml.org which is an online book to teach valide html.
Insert #3CB371 and view.
p.s. Now some advertisement
The lake applet site of sterntaler has css coded borders around the applets
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 01/14/2009 08:34AM by guenter.