CSS – Imageless Rounded Corners

Over the past few years, many web designers have decided rounded-corners improve the layout/usability of their sites. Typically, two techniques are used: using background images with layered elements or simulating rounded corners with elements inserted via JavaScript. Both techniques have a drawback, requiring extra load time for images to download or for JavaScript to execute. It would be nice if browsers had built in CSS support handling the rounding of corners. Fortunately, CSS3 will include a “border-radius” rule to specify how to handle corner rounding. Although no browsers fully support CSS3 yet, there are browser specific rules implementing the CSS3 rounded corners…

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