The CSS column-rule property is a shorthand property for setting the values of the column-rule-width, column-rule-style, and column-rule-color properties. Currently no browsers support this property (maybe Firefox 4.0 and IE9), but some browsers have their own vendor extensions (see below).


Omitted values are set to their initial values.

Value Description
<column-rule-width> Optional. See the values of the column-rule-width property.
<column-rule-style> Required. If absent, it will be rendered as if none. See column-rule-style for values.
<column-rule-color> Optional. If absent, the color of the color property will be used. See column-rule-color for values. transparent is valid.

CSS example:

body {
      column-rule:thick dashed red;

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