Garry Conn

How to Add Rounded Corners Without Having To Know CSS

By Garry Conn - Fri, Dec 07 2012, 7:42pm CST

Using rounded corners seems to be the latest trend for websites styling. This is done using CSS. The problem though is that you might not know how to implement CSS coding styles to your website. Luckily there is this real handy CSS Rounded Corner Generator that will do all the hard work for you.

Simply add the the amount of curve you want on each corner and the CSS Rounded Corner Generator generates the code automatically. Here's a screenshot example:


Pretty neat, huh? The generator allows you to have a lot of control with the look. You can make all four corners have the same amount of curve, or set each corner to a different measurement. Also you can adjust the border width, color as well as the style. Styles include solid, dotted, dashed and quite a few others.

What about web browser compatibility? No problem! The code is compliant with Internet Explorer, Firefox, Google Chrome, Safari and Opera. You can't beat that, right! Have some fun with this tool. If you need help with it, let me know and I'll lend a helping hand.

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