> I've been working on a new technique for uber-simple rounded corner
> boxes... and I think I may have stumbled into something pretty
> significant, technique-wise, to help get away from the
> box-within-a-box look common with many CSS layouts.
> It appears to work on all major browsers and platforms, but I'd really
> appreciate some feedback: http://www.vertexwerks.com/tests/sidebox/
Very nice looking! I want to do something similar, but take it a step
What I'm trying to do is get the rounded corners that appear on the left
and right of your H2, but have them be only slightly wider than the H2
itself, creating a tab on top of the content box that doesn't stretch
with the width of the content, only the width of the heading.
Your markup looks very simple compared to what I was futzing with, so I
will try this on my own later using your goodies. But does anyone know
offhand a simple way to accomplish such an effect?
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