Using it you can:
- frame photos
- surround a block of text to set it off from the page content
- create a button
The options allow you the ability to:
- increase or decrease the width of the frame – border
- choose the amount of bevel for the frame
- select the color
The border appears to be a rectangle but in reality it is a graphic with colored edges and a transparent center. This means that when you place a border or frame around something you are actually placing the graphic OVER the item. If you have any links within the text block you are bordering or on a photo, those links will not be clickable as they are covered by the border element. An example of this can be seen at the Homestead Connection.
It is important to remember to send your border elements behind the graphic or text in order for any links to be available. If the area where you place the border is an element other than the main background use the Send Backward option rather than Send to Back.