CSS3 - Tabs with inner and outer radii - no graphics

18th September 2011

IE9+, Firefox 3+, Safari, Chrome and Opera


Plain Tabs




Tabs with top border




Tabs with full border




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Information

Plain unordered lists with no extra markup and simple styling to add both outer and inner radii.

The second set of tabs uses newly introduced border fadeout to apply a border to the top and bottom of the radii that fades at the vertical component.

The border is interpreted correctly in IE9+, Firefox 3+, Safari and Opera. Chrome is the only browser that does not yet support this.

IE9 does not support the background gradient.

I have purposely produced these large tabs so that you can clearly see the radii.

23rd September 2011 - Full border version 3 added.


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