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In Mozilla applications, the -moz-outline-radius-bottomright CSS property can be used to round the bottom-right corner of an element's outline.


The value of -moz-outline-radius-bottomright is either a CSS <length> or a percentage of the corresponding dimensions of the border box. The calc() function may be used as well.



The radius of the circle defining the curvature of the bottom and right edges of the element, specified as a CSS <length>.


The radius of the circle defining the rounding of the bottom-right corner of the element, specified as the percentages of the bottom and right sides of the border box.

Formal definition

Initial value0
Applies toall elements
Percentagesrefer to the corresponding dimension of the border box
Computed valueas specified
Animation typea length, percentage or calc();

Formal syntax

-moz-outline-radius-bottomright =



<p>Look at this paragraph's bottom-right corner.</p>


p {
  margin: 5px;
  border: solid cyan;
  outline: dotted red;
  -moz-outline-radius-bottomright: 2em;


Note: The example above will not display the desired effect if you are viewing this in a browser other than Firefox.


Not part of any standard.

Browser compatibility

BCD tables only load in the browser

See also