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Charlotte Payan-Salcedo:-
i know that you get the css code from the source code but for some reason im not grabbing the right code. could you mabe highlight it in an example source code?
(20.08.2006, 21:17)

charlotte payan-salcedo:-
is anyone ot there?
(20.08.2006, 21:19)

Robert:-
Hi Stu

I would like to use the rounded corners as box tops, but I am having difficulty getting the box to move to the required position? Can these be used for this?

I know that I can use gifs to do this but your method is awesome so I would like to try and use it

Regards

Robert
(25.10.2006, 14:43)

Dave Haygarth:-
Hi Stu

I'm pretty new to CSS, but got the hang of this one (thanks to your discussion with Mike). This is truly great stuff - very impressed. Thank you and well done.
(23.11.2006, 09:15)

Alex:-
I'd like to inform you that these curves do not work at all in Opera 9.02. Your site states that it works in all modern browsers. I'd say all except Opera 9. The latest firefox renders this effect properly (1.5.0.8 and 2.0 beta)

I'd like to thank you for a very insightful website and even though I'm quite experienced with HTML and CSS your site is VERY helpful for me and I hope you'll continue your work on this site and bring more new stuff in.
(26.11.2006, 18:23)

Stu:-
Alex, I have Opera 9.02 and these corners work just fine.
(26.11.2006, 19:09)

Glenn:-
OK, this looks really nice, but it needs waaaaaaaaaaaaay more explanation.
(02.03.2007, 09:52)

Sancou:-
Very nifty. Thanks.
(02.05.2007, 09:07)

Zany_:-
I must say i'm really blown away by the simplicity of this type of coding... thx so so much for sharing this work of art with the rest of us :)

Btw... i'm looking for a method to stop from showing those quadrants of a bullet when you select all content (Ctrl+a).

P.S. I'd like your permission to use this technique in my future site (still in development)... "what say you?" :P
(07.05.2007, 14:44)

Mikey:-
Hi Stu - thanks for your great efforts. I'm having trouble positioning the curved corner box on the page. It seems to default to 'center' and I've tried the variables in the CSS and I can't make it align/float 'top left' of 'top right'. Please let me know what I'm missing.
(05.06.2007, 09:29)

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