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CSS Rounded Corners Round-up

If you wanted a central location on how to create Rounded Corners with CSS, this is the place.

November 7th, 2006 • Design •
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If you have a "Web 2.0" site, you more than likely have rounded corners in one area of your site. Right?

If not, I would recommend getting some rounded corners. Smiley Cat contains an entire CSS Rounded Corners Round-Up with just about every site I've seen of CSS techniques of rounded corners.

I currently use this technique on my site and by years end, I will be implementing this technique into my site because of compatibility issues.

This is a definite bookmark.

Oh, and make sure you check out the Krazy Korners here with examples here.

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