Originally Posted by trandrus
The first one was end of lifed with IE8. The css+htc is awesome! It worked with the nested DIVs.
Untill I tried it in IE9. =(
Originally Posted by syntel
I think it's more efficient to just use an the circle-image background hack anyway ... All the bytes you drop in the image transfer, you pick up again in scripts and client-side processing time.
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Am having the same problem with IE8 not rendering my rounded corners but comes out in chrome and FF.
here's the css code
<h2>CHOOSE YOUR TOUR</h2>
<select name="country" style="width:200px">
<select name="package" style="width:200px">
<option selected="selected">Select One </option>
<p><input type="image" src="images/searchOff.png" border="0" alt="submit" /></p>
<img src="images/call-card.png" />
</div> <!-- end of left -->
would really appreciate a solution.
You're not going to get anywhere using CSS3. If possible, have normal square edges and round corners as an enhancement.
cmcp. thanks. I came across a script DD curvy corners and it works perfectly ok across borwsers. Problem is, seems it doesnt accept any background image. Anyone used it before?
One could simply use a frame to easily create php rounded corners.
Or you could use my PHP driven rounded corner generator
Originally Posted by oggame
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