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    Does IE/Opera have anything like "-moz-border-radius" ?


    Hey everyone,

    Just curious here, does IE and Opera have something that rounds corners like Firefox using CSS only? I figure IE would because it has some other stuff, but I am not sure sure about Opera. Any thoughts/links on this? Or will I have to fall back to Javascript?
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    Using CSS its a tricky thing what i was reading yesterday. They put a background image, add some margin and padding etc. to do this. One of the link is below.
    http://kalsey.com/2003/07/rounded_corners_in_css/
    http://www.w3.org/Style/Examples/007/roundshadow.html

    This is also good one..
    http://www.w3.org/Style/Examples/007/roundshadow2.html

    Originally Posted by BlackNine
    Hey everyone,

    Just curious here, does IE and Opera have something that rounds corners like Firefox using CSS only? I figure IE would because it has some other stuff, but I am not sure sure about Opera. Any thoughts/links on this? Or will I have to fall back to Javascript?
    Last edited by sumityadav; July 6th, 2007 at 06:00 PM. Reason: Another link
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    Oh, images..Rarely if ever use images in any designs I use. Mostly because I can't work gimp to save my life. According to MSDN, IE doesn't have any CSS to do it. Don't see any way to do it in Opera either. Well, looks like I will have to fall back onto Javascript.

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