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[link] CSS3 vs. Photoshop: Rounded Corners and Box Shadows

Posted 29 July 2011 - 10:01 AM

http://webdesign.tut...nd-box-shadows/

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This tutorial will demonstrate how to create a nice, simple navigation bar using several combined CSS3 styles. We’re aiming for a look and feel that in the past could only be created by combining several images, Javascript and several divs. Let’s get it started…


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Re: [link] CSS3 vs. Photoshop: Rounded Corners and Box Shadows

Posted 29 July 2011 - 01:03 PM

It's just two CSS3 properties, border-radius and box shadow. Have you seen this page in IE. I am not sure if these properties are even defined in IE9
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Re: [link] CSS3 vs. Photoshop: Rounded Corners and Box Shadows

Posted 29 July 2011 - 01:07 PM

I think it's a few more than just two properties! You have at least four corners! Haha..

No I don't have IE9 but the author has a lengthy comment on making IE work it out.
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Re: [link] CSS3 vs. Photoshop: Rounded Corners and Box Shadows

Posted 30 July 2011 - 07:08 AM

It's not fully supported yet, but past that if it was I would fully support using it. Code is far faster than an image as far as load time, so the more you have in css code and outside of an image the faster your site loads.
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