Thanks for sharing! It looks really cool, but it breaks in Safari and
IE on a Mac. If you resize the text, it shoots straight through the
bottom of the box on your CSS version, for instance.
FYI, I was trying to keep the # of divs to a bare minimum, and
non-semantic markup out of the code. In other words, trying to keep
tables out of the equation. I'm still not happy that there needs to be
an extra DIV around the header, but that's the only way to make it work
in current browsers as Christoph pointed out.
On Nov 19, 2003, at 11:58 PM, jsWalter wrote:
> I dug up my old TABLE version of a rounded corner box, and modified it
> work in CSS!
> AFAIK it works in IE5, Opera7, NN7, Mozilla.
> Don't know about anything else.
> I also placed the old TABLE version there as well...
> The TABLE version is a bit more dynamic.
> If you place more text in the middle area, and it forces the height to
> expand, then the LEFT and RIGHT borders expand as well.
> The CSS does not do that. The center will expand, but the LEFT and
> borders do not.
> I image someone here, smarter than I can show us how to fix that.
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