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creating rounded graphics and round corners?

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12-14-2011, 11:04 AM
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Like others have said, I would use CSS3. A cool tool I still use to create them is:

By simply changing the PX on the corners exactly how you want them.

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12-17-2011, 08:18 PM
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Originally Posted by sunil8986 View Post
Not work for IE versions
There are ways around this. CSS3PIE, for instance. There's also the option of not caring, since people who go to your site in an old version of IE aren't going to know your page is supposed to have rounded borders.

OP, everything you're asking about can be done using CSS. If you go here, you can see a button at the bottom containing a phone number. That button is pure, rather simplistic CSS, and in IE, it looks like a box with a phone number in it. You just have to make sure it degrades gracefully. Images are not the way to go for rounded corners. For buttons, you may be better in many cases using a PNG with transparent background, but CSS is a good option as well.

06-15-2012, 11:04 AM
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try curvy corners trunk js for ie curvy corners and for circles use images

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