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I am having this problem: can’t found a way do make rounded corners on <img />. Apparently CSS3 doesn’t work for this. I tried to make
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What would be the purpose? If you want the image to fall behind the css "viewport", why not just cut the image with rounded corners?
Setting overflow: hidden; might solve your problem, but do know that it only works in firefox.
Also, if it’s only images, cut them using appropriate graphic tools to the desired shape, and the upload it. less browser stress, and more compatible.
Cutting pictures with rounded corners won’t work for me… There is design for gallery where thumbnails is with rounded corners, so it won’t be good for my client.
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