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    Ok, so I wanted to have a png with both top rounded corners at the top of my div as a background and then have a background color. The problem is that the background color will show through the png with the rounded corners on the top. Can I move the background image up so its above the div a little so the background color does not show through?




    You would need to create separate divs which would be a pain in the ass and a waste of time.

    Why don’t you just fill in the background color on the png to whatever it needs to be?


    because the body background is a pattern and I cant target the exact location of the content box on every browser. That helps because I didn’t know if that was possible or not.



    You could always just create the rounded corners using CSS. IE wouldn’t show it, but it would certainly be a lot easier.


    that would work if I didnt have a gradient as well as the rounded corners. Plus most of my viewers are going to have ie.


    But I do have another question for ya. How do I make a hover state for first child and last child? because if i remember right they are sudo classes theirselves so can I put two sudo classes on a selector? reason being is I have rounded corners on my nav as well and I wated my first and last <li> to have the rounded corners. I also wanted those to have the first and last <li> to have a hover state with rounded corners.

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