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#24: Rounded Corners

Here are FIVE different techniques you can use to create rounded corners for boxes on a website. There are always different ways to do things with CSS and rounded corners is a great example of that. Each of these five techniques has advantages and disadvantages. Knowing all of them so you can choose the perfect one in each situation is the kind of thing that makes you the best CSS ninja you can be!

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  1. Great stuff. I’ve been looking for a corner solution for weeks now. Thank you very much.

  2. Hi Chris ,
    Does it work with form elements and is it cross browser compatible ? .

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