CSS Rounded Corners

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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.

Source: Spiffy Corners – Making anti-aliased rounded corners with CSS

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One Response to “CSS Rounded Corners”

  1. php rounded corners Says:

    that looks very handy!! thanks!!!
    i’m sure i will use it