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    This is my development site It’s a bit ragged here and there but it is under development.

    I have a panel of images that are rounded (border-radius: 50%) and a hover transition and everything there seems to go OK. I had the chance to view it on someone’s iPad Mini and got quite a shock! Hopefully, this shows a screenshot:

    Any ideas?

    Many thanks



    Hmm it’s hard without codepen but you can try few things.

    Did you set display:block on img ?

    Did you use -webkit-border-radius and border-radius for circle ?

    Check in Safari on desktop and see how does it work there.



    It does the same on my ipad also and seems to be a bug.

    The ipad doesn’t round the thick borders on the image properly so apply the border to a floated parent instead and round that. Apply border-radius to** both the image and the parent** and it should work ok.

    I just tested the method above on a single image and parent and it now works for me on the ipad.



    Thanks to both of you for looking but so far not much luck.

    It works on my iPad 2 and my iPhone 4.

    It’s OK on Safari

    [edit] no luck with display:block

    My vendor prefixies are OK

    I tried a container with a float + border-radius (at the moment it’s still on the first image)

    Interestingly, on the iPad Mini I can see that the circular image (hand logo) in the header is OK.

    Man, I wish I could get paid for code-staring – I’m the Grand Master of code-staring!

    thanks again

    [edit] Here’s the evidence that the top image is behaving well:



    Apply all the border shizzle to the containing element and border radius to the img.

    Thank you, thank you, thank you….

    You have no idea how good that feels.


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