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12.5.05

CSS rounded corners.

Filed under: Firefox, Web Design — Hogg @ 2:48 pm

I’m fairly new to web design and as of late, I have been very interested in creating rounded corners for my web pages with CSS. Here are a few good resources that I found:

I did hear some really good news though. CSS3 will have a property called “border-radius” that will allow for rounded corners. Right now, though, it only had experimental support in Firefox 1.5. If you want to play around with it in Firefox, Arve has a nice article on how to use it.

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2 Comments »

  1. I’m getting into web design too. It’s great I find it really interesting, I’m currently designing a number of different websites, i’ll have to let you know when they are done so you can take a peek. My blog is already a custom design of mine, but what I’m working on right now will be a little more special.

    Comment by Lee Hord — 12.6.05 @ 6:06 pm

  2. Hey there

    Thanks for this great post it was just the missing info that i needed for a problem i have .

    I have bookmarked your site in the hope that you will bring more of this great stuff to the table

    Greets

    Wilco Breens

    Comment by Wilco — 01.9.07 @ 3:33 am


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