October 22, 2007
This article reprinted from the the TypePad Hacks Weblog. The original article can be found online:
© 2008, John T Unger
I did a complete makeover for the Jambaz Blog recently. My buddy Jonas' layout required rounded corners for each content area, so I did a quick search for "rounded corners in CSS," and came up just shy of 2 million results in Google. I looked at about half a dozen and tried out a couple of them. By far the simplest was Adam Kalsey's Rounded Corners in CSS tutorial. If you have a need for rounded corners his code seems the simplest and quickest to use and modify (especially if you're creating the images yourself).
Another useful tool for achieving the same is RoundedCornr, a page which lets you spec the colors and radius for a box and then generates the HTML, CSS and even the images for you.
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