A Collection of CSS Rounded Corner Tutorials
Sometimes creating rounded corners with Css is a big challenge for most designers. Many will end up with a design where they don’t use rounded corners in order to avoid the entire rounded corner kerfuffle that has always been an issue in HTML/ CSS. The question has always been which method or solution is best, and what is the easiest way.
In this post you'll find a good selection of tutorials (including one video tutorial). I'm sure there are many other rounded corner tutorials I haven't mentioned, but feel free to post them in the comments and I'll add them to the list.
There are always different ways to do things with CSS and rounded corners is a great example of that. Each of these five techniques has advantages and disadvantages.
Customized borders and rounded corners can be applied to fully fluid and flexible layouts with dynamic content, using sound and semantically logical markup.
W3C has offered some new options for borders in CSS3, of which one is border-radius. Both Mozila/Firefox and Safari 3 have implemented this function, which allows you to create round corners on box-items.
If you’ve been doing CSS for a while you’ll know that there are approximately 3,762 ways to create a rounded corner box. The goal of CSS is to separate structure from presentation, yet here we are adding superfluous mark-up to our code in order to create a visual effect. The reason we are doing this is simple. CSS2.1 only allows a single background image per element. With CSS3 you’ll be able to add not one, not four, but eight background images to a single element
A few years back, rounded corners became one of the signature design elements of the Web 2.0 trend. Even though they started as a fad, rounded corners are more than simple eye candy.