The clip CSS property defines a visible portion of an element. The clip property applies only to absolutely positioned elements — that is, elements with position:absolute or position:fixed.

Initial value auto
Applies to absolutely positioned elements


clip: unset;


A rectangular <()> of the form rect(, , , ). The and values are offsets from the inside top border edge of the box, while and are offsets from the inside left border edge of the box — that is, the extent of the padding box.
The , , , and values may be either a or auto. If any side's value is auto, the element is clipped to that side's inside border edge.

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