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Re: [css-d] What happened to design?

Sent by CodeBitch on 27 January 2002 18:06

Ben Henick wrote:

>I don't think it's possible to get rounded corners, unless you use either
>images or Flash.
Actually, there is a property proposed for CSS3 (border-radius) that 
will do rounded corners. The Mozilla proprietary extension 
-moz-border-radius works pretty much as the proposed property will do. 
For a demonstration, view the following W3 page in Netscape 6.x or 
Mozilla  It even works on table cells -- 
although it looks pretty bizarre.

But my floaty image test works for many other current browsers -- even 
OmniWeb!  I'm not sure why you are getting borders, but I don't have a 
PC here at the moment and haven't checked that page in Windows IE. 
 Maybe a rule like
img {border:none;} is required.

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