Matt Warden wrote: >thelist, > >I am having a problem with rounded borders using the background-image >method in IE on Windows. I'm really not sure what the problem is, but >I think I have it narrowed down to *where* the problem is. See a >simplified template here: > >http://mwarden.f2o.org/test/navproblem.htm > >As you can see, on IE, the right and left border extends further than it should. > >At first I thought it might be a default z-index difference in IE, but >adding a border to UL id'd as "navlist" gets rid of this extension: > >http://mwarden.f2o.org/test/navproblem_border.htm > >which really doesn't make any sense to me. > >The CSS can be found here: > >http://mwarden.f2o.org/test/simplifiedstyle.css > >Any ideas? > Hey Matt, Not sure, code and CSS look good and validate, but doing a "view background image" on different areas of the navigation revealed the bottom left corner image spans all the way across the bottom and is quite a bit longer than the navigation is wide. Who Knows? IE has done stranger things. Ron D.