ie6 not displaying site at all, Why? (Ingo Chao)
Sent by Tim Gossett on 7 June 2006 14:02
> > Thanks for that. Will try it. Unfortunately, I'm trying to create the
> > rounded edge boxes partly over a white background but partly over the
> > top of an image. So, I can't think of any other way of accomplishing
> > this without using png's.
I'm all for rounded corners without images!
Mozilla supports the -moz-border-radius property , which is part of the
CSS3 draft; it is not anti-aliased, however. For IE and NN, look into
CurvyCorners . CurvyCorners is a little buggy in Opera, but it is
anti-aliased. I don't develop for Safari, but I seem to remember hearing
that it does have a border-radius property of some sort. Anyone want to
confirm or deny that?
I haven't checked to see which legacy versions of Mozilla, IE, and NN
support what, but it should be a start for you.
Also check out http://wd.mrclay.org/custom_bordered_boxes/index.php for some
good implementations of rounded corners *with* images.
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