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October 10, 2006 / Bob Black

Web 2.0 Corners

With the proliferation of all things Web 2.0, all things must be rounded. All corners anyway, that is, if you want your web site to look all Web 2.0-ish and stuff.

For just the longest time I thought the only way to make round corners was by making an image in Photoshop (or your favorite paint prog) and slicing and dicing it just so, and then building a nifty HTML table around said images just so. And then, of course, wrestling with the different browser versions that would insert padding where you didn’t want it and such-like.

But there’s an easier way! You can make round corners with nothing more than good ol’ CSS!

No way!

Yes way! 

And here’s a link to the very simple instructions, provided most benefactorily by Alessandro Fulciniti. 


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