In the past, one of the downsides of CSS was the fact that it was difficult to create pages with a more rounded look and feel. It is nice at times, to be able to design more than just a simple square box. To avoid this problem, one option has been to create small graphics which sit in the corners of the box and look a bit more pretty than the standard square.
Now, CSS allows us to begin experimenting with other methods of creating rounded corners. One of these methods is being called ‘Spiffy Corners‘ and allows us to make anti-aliased rounded corners with pure CSS. No images required.
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