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    The Anything Slider looks great in Firefox and Chrome for me but there are a couple little problems with it in IE (which 90% of my visitors use). Please see the below image to see. Can anyone tell me if there is a way to fix this in IE?

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    Rob MacKay

    if you could give us access to a live demo that would be awesome.

    But rounded corners aren’t supported by IE – unless you physically make them or use some kind of funky jQuery plugin.

    The gap could be any number of things – a live link would mean we could explore that…


    Yes, sorry. It’s located directly on the homepage.
    And here’s how it’s called on the page.

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    Chris Coyier

    The rounded corners just are what they are, IE doesn’t do rounded corners with CSS.

    The gap, if nothing else, can be solved by making an IE 8 conditional stylesheet and fixing whatever the problem is. … tylesheet/


    Wonderful! Thank you very much. :)

    Could I slide in a different question? Do you have any idea what in the css could be adjusting my page tabs? My site is in Netsuite which has a custom tag for the tabs (<NLPAGETABS>)so I don’t know how the css is interfering but when I remove the slider css, the tabs go back to their proper position (center). The alignment problem is happening in Firefox, Chrome and Safari. It looks fine in IE.

    Here’s the code that calls my page tabs



    Just thought I’d bump this once to see if anyone has any suggestions to the above question. I’m afraid if I can’t get it straightened out, I’ll have to remove the anything slider from my site which I really don’t want to do.


    Thank you SO much!! :D I knew it’d be something simple, I just didn’t know which item. I assumed that anything with a 0 value wouldn’t have been it. Learned something new. :)
    Thank you also for the link to the article. It’s written very simply for beginners and it really made some things click for me. I can’t wait to read it further. YOU WIN! :D

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