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  • vB4 round corners technique

    So, I was reading through the CSS files, but couldn't find the technique being used by vB4 to make the rounded corners.

    As we are on the subject, which technique is the best there is? Google shows dozens of stuff, and I'm certain vB uses the best or one of the best ones, given they test it with every browser out there.
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  • #2
    woops thats only in mozilla unfortunately... =/
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    • #3
      The corners that are used are supported by CSS3 which is available in FF, chrome and others but not IE yet. There are some nasty work-arounds to display corners in IE but this is left to the customers.
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      • #4
        wow rounded corners is a pain, along with tableless design, which is a PITA, I thought it was simple business. now I know tableless is a dream, for me at least. if you guys wanna suffer fighting code go right ahead.
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        • #5
          it is not really hard, you can place a rounded images in the corners of the div, very easily.
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          • #6
            Yes that's what I did before with tables, now with 4 divs each with a background image.

            Problem is, my site has 1500 dom elements and YSlow is yelling at me, and I wanted to cut down the tables etc etc... Not sure what I'm gonna do now (thought tableless had substitutes for all situations, which isn't true).
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            • #7
              you can still define corners images wih div.
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              • #8
                For image-less corners, I have used Spiffy Corners. Very simple, though it requires a handful of divs. It's easy to use though.

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