Borders Outside of the HTML Element Width

Web development would be so much easier if, when you apply a CSS border to an element, it went INSIDE of the declared width of the element, and not wrap around the outside. Or, alternatively, if it didn’t apply that border as a layout-affecting element, pushing other elements left or right.

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