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Best way to create rounded corners

Hi folks.

I was wondering what people here think is the best way to create
rounded corners on divs. I am hoping that the implementation is pure
css and does not involve the addition of extra images.

Nov 27 '07 #1
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Hi folks.

I was wondering what people here think is the best way to create
rounded corners on divs. I am hoping that the implementation is pure
css and does not involve the addition of extra images.


Nov 27 '07 #2
Terry wrote:
I was wondering what people here think is the best way to create
rounded corners on divs. I am hoping that the implementation is pure
css and does not involve the addition of extra images.
FYI, "the best way" and using no images may be mutually exclusive.
It's all subjective.

Nov 27 '07 #3

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