Can search engines read 'boarder designs' on a website or article?
I think search engines are more 'interested' in content than designs. They are looking for searchable words or photos or videos no matter what the article. Because the web has become so large search engines only cover a portion of the publicly available URLs and then web pages are classified according to popularity. I don't think borders factor into their searches.
If your border designs are images, then no, Search Engines cannot read them - even when you have text in those images - if it's an image, Search Engines cannot read them. Search Engines can however read the text in alt tags that you add to your images.
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