Ricky Zhou wrote:
>>Can anyone suggest some of the better methods out there for learning and creating round corners.
>>I'm really only looking for a link, and while I'm persuing the CSS Front page, still like to know
what others think
>>are the better methods. Most important is that they are image free, strictly CSS.
>>Optional would be nice to have drop shadow on the rounded corner boxes.
>There are a ton of links on the wiki:
>http://css-discuss.incutio.com/?page=RoundedCorners (I've never even
>had a chance to go through all of them).
>As far as imageless and drop shadows, I'm afraid that those will
>properties, or horrendously ugly markup. Good luck in your search,
It's a bit confusing, two Mark's asking about Rounded Corners on the
same moment! ;-)
Why is it so important for you to go image free? - Most web visitors
want IE to play rounded corners too).
For drop shadows combined with corners, I think images cannot be missed.
Perhaps something to use:
For rounded corner solutions (and for borders too, if wanted) with a
small img: see the links in my replies to the other Mark! :-)
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