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how to round border corners in IE up to IE9 using css3

MusoFreak200
P: 96
Does anyone know any way in which you can get any version of IE to display rounded corner borders on web pages?

please do not reference w3schools.com because i have already checked and they use images.

please i do hope that i will get an answer soon

thanks heaps in advance
Jul 1 '11 #1
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Sudaraka
P: 55
IE only supports round border (border-radius) using CSS3 after the version 9 release.
For earlier versions you will have to either use images or HTC hack mentioned here
http://www.htmlremix.com/css/curved-...-cross-browser
Jul 1 '11 #2

MusoFreak200
P: 96
hey sudaraka!

thanks heaps for your help but unfortuneatly i will not be hosting the website on a home server but on a online server...

do you happen to know any way of doing the same thing but using coding?
Jul 3 '11 #3

Sudaraka
P: 55
Using .htc I mentioned above is a coding gimmick. Although it's called a HTC hack it got nothing to do with a server.
It's just adding a special code to CSS behavior which is only supported by IE. You can use it on any hosting setup.

See the link I posted above, it has the sample code and the link on how to do it.
Jul 3 '11 #4

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