Borders are not just lines around an area, but offer you a wide range of design possibilities, especially with page4 and the possibilities our system provides.
Option 1: Turn border on and off
You can also switch on a border for almost all areas. You have to set the border to at least 1 px width. Since each border can have a width between 0p and 99 px, you can create great effects with it. You also have 15 options to specify on which side a border should be displayed. There are 16 options in the dialog, but the first option turns off the border even if you have entered a width.
With these 15 options you can really create all combinations that are possible with 4 sides. You can show the border only on one side, left, right, top or bottom. Or on two sides, for example top and bottom, left and right, or top and right, bottom and left, and so on. Or you can decide to border three sides and leave the fourth side without a border. If you place two areas, for example, the left sidebar and the content area without spacing, you can use these options to place a common border around both areas by placing a border on 3 pages each and leaving the pages where the areas border each other without a border. We don't know of any other construction kit that offers you these options. And the corner options provided in the image below are not available in any other kit either. Both options together give you a lot of unique design possibilities, but should still be used sparingly.
Option 2: Turn corners rounding on and off
Rounded corners should be used sparingly and/or discreetly. A bad idea is to now provide every area with rounded corners, a bold border and preferably no spacing between them. This looks very bad and completely misses the point of our features, though of course taste is debatable.
Honestly, it must be said that as the owner of your homepage, you have the right to decide for yourself what you find beautiful. You don't have to follow every trend. It's also a fact that meanwhile "modern" sites already look very similar and the only difference sometimes is the choice of colors, images and fonts. Since most construction kits unfortunately do not really offer many design options, this development is predictable. When a system has 10 million or more web pages online and only a limited number of design templates are available, which can also only be customized to a limited extent, then pages are created that you can see at first glance what software they were made with. This is not the case with page4. Every page4 website can look unique. It's up to you what you make of it.
With the rounded corners options you have a powerful tool to add the icing on the cake that makes your website unique. 15 options allow any combination of corners and you can round each corner with a radius of up to 99 pixels. Just try it, it's very easy.