[thelist] Rounded tables- the CSS way?

DESCHAMPS Stéphane DvSI/SICoR stephane.deschamps at francetelecom.com
Wed Oct 16 06:16:01 CDT 2002

A little googlizing (http://www.google.fr/search?q=rounded+borders+CSS) gave

Interesting although if you're looking for style separated from presentation
it won't do, because the rounded-borders "hack" (for lack of a better word)
includes creating a few extraneous divs.

Anyway, HTH.
s t e f

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> [mailto:thelist-admin at lists.evolt.org]De la part de Shoshannah Forbes
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> Objet : [thelist] Rounded tables- the CSS way?
> I am sure everyone here knows the old trick of using a table
> with 2 (or
> 4) images to get that "rounded rectangular" area around text,
> where you
> dump text in the middle cells, and the design changes according to the
> amount of text / window width.
> Now, how do you achieve this effect with a tabless css layout?
> What was a brainless trick is now a tough challenge the moment I ditch
> tables :-(
> Thanks for any tips anyone might have.
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