Eoin Maguire wrote:
> I'm trying to get rounded corners working through CSS, I've read lots on
>the net about how it's possible and have in the past implemented some
>systems of my own that worked out really well.
>However, I think what I'm attempting now isn't possible with CSS, or at
>least not practical if it's to be used many times throughout a site (as in
>the code would be unwieldy).
>Basically I'm trying to have an outline border that runs right around a DIV,
>as well as a curved gradient section at the top. Basically like the boxes on
>But instead of a solid colour at the top, I want a gradient.
>Is this possible or practical?
I think it is good possible, like allmost everything is possible with
css. :-) 
It is less easy, if the gradient has to scroll over a not unicolor
background, but it stays possible (with IE-hacks)!
The other question: is it practical? ... Depends on your definition of
As far as I know, there are 2 basic methods:
1. put some extra div's in the html
The first one is not practical, if you don't like to copy/paste a lot
(and/or if you want the html to be as clean as possible). 
The second one is not practical, if you like that visitors with
Oh, just saw the spanky-corners, no extra div's and no js; but not
giving totally freedom to style the elements inside the box.
 My corners corner
 Somewhere on the Wiki-corner page
 If you have only fixed width boxes, it will be less extra.
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