One of the nice options in CSS3 is border-radius. It will allow you to create rounded corners for elements such as divs. This feature is supported in Mozilla/Firefox and Safari 3. IE users will still see the the border, it just won’t be rounded.
CSS3 Rounded Corners
Demo 1 – All Corners Rounded
/*Mozilla Based Browsers*/
/*Webkit Based Browsers*/
Demo1-All Corners Rounded
CSS3 Partial Rounded Corners.
You can even take it a step further and specify specific corners to be rounded.
I found this a great resource in moving from Classic ASP to PHP (or vice verse for that matter). It is a three part article from language basics, functions, classes and ASP object equivalents. Very handy.
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