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    So I know you can do rounded corners in some browsers (I’ve only tested with FF3) using CSS and -webkit-border-radius and -moz-border-radius, but how do you make it work in other browsers like IE? I checked IE8 and it doesn’t support it (and compatibility mode sucks, what the hell are they upgrading it too that it breaks a bunch of my CSS?).

    PS- What does the dash in front of a CSS field mean? aka -webkit-border-radius vs something like webkit-border-radius

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