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Lasse:-
Hi Stu

I wonder if it would be possible to make a 3D Raised box with Curved cutout Border? I have tried at bit, but my skills a far from yours. Would you have the time to make it for me, or maybe another kind person could?
Btw, this site is amazing, I'm using this for inspiration. Fantastic job and skills. Will put a link for cssplay when I finish my website.
(30.03.2006, 01:02)

luix:-
Tienes un EXELENTE sitio y e podido estudiar de el, muchas gracias por publicarlo no dejes de desarroyar, gracias. :)
(06.04.2006, 17:07)

Fergal O'Hanlon:-
Stu, do you have an example with rollover and link on the site? Great piece of code, Thanks Fergal.
(04.05.2006, 21:28)

Stu:-
Fergal, there is a 'snazzy' menu here www.cssplay.co.uk/menus/snazzymenu.html (and the 'NEXT' menu). Is this the sort of thing you were after?
(04.05.2006, 21:40)

Larson:-
These demos are awesome. I work on a county government site (in the middle of no where) so more than 98% of our users are on Windows IE. As I re-design and re-build the sites (from html3.2 to xhtml1.0), I do my best to make the sites work in other browsers using complete CSS layouts.

But that was before I found your site and most of your examples work in all the current browsers (sweet) and validates.

U rock!
(06.06.2006, 13:13)

Rainer:-
Hello Stu,

thanks a lot for your wonderful and inspiring pieces of art!

Unfortunately my css understanding wont serve to implement shaded boxes instead of rounded ones without using tables and pictures.

Seems to me the difference lies within the nessecity of using more than 3 colors (border-left, background, border-right) to implement smooth shades.

You'll find an example of what I'm trying to do with css under:

www.rogatzki.de/wwwtest/musterlayout2
uid: test
pwd: test

I'd be most thankful, if you could give me a clue how to do this with pure css.

Best regards
Rainer Rogatzki
(muelheim, germany)
(09.07.2006, 13:23)

Stacey:-
library.law.olemiss.edu/test/2column_4.php
KK works great in Firefox in all resolutions. I have it working in IE as long as it's above 800x600...any idea why it's slightly off in 800x600 for IE?
(04.10.2006, 21:29)

Stacey:-
Never mind...I had to define a percentage width for one of the interior divs within the rounded corners.
(04.10.2006, 21:45)

Steve:-
hi u have to write a book. man u rock the world simply.

ur diehard fan
(13.10.2006, 05:28)

Evil oatmeal:-
Your examples and experiments are endlessly amdirable! I have learned a lot just browsing through your codes. But this one seems like it is a bit too much effort for what it does. Of course I understand the point, just to prove that it is possible with pure CSS. But in my case I only need one corner, so I shall go with a tiny .gif instead.
(18.11.2006, 22:55)

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