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    Hello folks,

    How css triangle works ? actually when we create css triangle, its means we are just showing and hiding borders of any element.


    The angle intersects at (45) so the intersection edge is used by border here and we can also skew an angle to change the border width.

    Below is example of border angle(45)


    .angle{
        border:20px solid;
        height:0;
        width:0;
        border-top-color:red;
        border-bottom-color:green;
        border-left-color:blue;
        border-right-color:gary;
    }
    

    Now, which side border you want that will have color and other side border will transparent, For example, I need right side border then,

        border-top-color:transparent;
        border-bottom-color:transparent;
        border-left-color:transparent;
        border-right-color:gary;
    

    OR

        border-color:transparent  gray transparent  transparent ;
    

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