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Mc:-
Awesome site Stu!

I think there is a bug though. If you embedd a curver into a round or a round into a curved box that will not work properly becase the b elements are overiding...

Am I wrong. I tried that round into curved and I got curved always...
(26.02.2007, 20:14)

niko:-
Hey Stu. Krazy korners rocks, but when I put them in div which is float: right, they just dont seem ok. How can I fix that?
Greetings
(20.08.2007, 00:48)

Stu:-
niko, the float of a containing div should not affect these krazy korners.
(20.08.2007, 08:33)

niko:-
Yeah, I'm dumb. I fixed it;) thanks again for sharing
(21.08.2007, 14:15)

Michael:-
Stu:-
I read through the comments and saw that you stated that forms should not break the boxes. Sadly, mine do. (v3.csea.org) I've tried all kinds of width definitions, but to no avail. Any ideas what is going on there?

Keep up the great work!
(02.10.2007, 20:10)

Michael:-
Stu:-

Well, I figured out the problem of the form components overlapping... sort of... see, the area they are in had a width set to 125px, and the form components were much wider, so that part of the layout expanded. Simple thing... increase the width, right? Well, I'd rather not have that area that wide all of the time, so any suggestions would be appreciated.
(02.10.2007, 22:31)

soren:-
Just a little contribution/payback - with thanks:
rounded border, 1px
rounded border, 2px
rounded border, 4px
www.maarbjerg.info/KrazyKorners_x3.htm
(it's in the detail you find the pleasure)
(06.01.2008, 18:14)

JB:-
I've got the boxes working, but they don't come out too well when printing. Especially chamfer. The top and bottom borders are missing. I'm getting this with both FF (3.0.4) and IE (6).

Any suggestions?

P.S. Love the site, very helpful!!
(24.11.2008, 14:56)

The Sozzled One:-
Hi,

On the Krazy Corners example is there a reason for using the b tag rather than span? Just curious!

Thanks
(18.03.2010, 12:17)

Adam:-
Stu,

Is there a way to draw a border around the Pillar example in a different colour? I've got the left and right working fine, plus the curves, but am struggling with the top and bottom!

Thanks
(18.03.2010, 17:47)

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