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Pixelworkshop says

Everything is in the title. I found this thread but didn’t find all answers. Do you work with CSS3 not validating here on TF ? I mean those -moz-webkit-shadow-rounded-corners or do you use scripts for that ? Or images for each corner :) ?

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Bruno_V says

I personally find that property very useful :). But since a lot of people still use IE, you can’t completely forget about it.

I personally use images for important things like rounded edges for the page, but little things like inputs can be improved with -moz/-webit-border radius without much difference with IE.

And there are other methods. For example for buttons (Main article)

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JeffreyWay Moderator says

Validation is just a tool; so as long as you don’t have unclosed div issues, and things of that nature, we fully support the use of browser specific stylings, like -moz-border-radius.

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Pixelworkshop says

Thank you both ! I’m gonna give a try to these browser specific stylings, it’s very useful with very few lines of code.

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campolar says

might be off topic, but for rounded corners, i found this jquery script. I’ve personally also tested it in IE6 -8 and it works fine: http://www.malsup.com/jquery/corner/

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Pixelworkshop says

Yes there are a lot of plugins for rounded corners or shadows, I still hesitate between a 5kb script or a single line CSS3 code for the same result (except in IE of course). I have the feeling that it’s too much code for a small effect. What do you prefer ?

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rarepearldesign says

I would rather support degraded but clean square corners and borders in IE and implement CSS3 for good browsers. I mean, if they use IE and don’t get rounded corners but the square ones still look great, that’s ok in my books.

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crozer says
I would rather support degraded but clean square corners and borders in IE and implement CSS3 for good browsers. I mean, if they use IE and don’t get rounded corners but the square ones still look great, that’s ok in my books.

eeeeexactly.

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campolar says
I would rather support degraded but clean square corners and borders in IE and implement CSS3 for good browsers. I mean, if they use IE and don’t get rounded corners but the square ones still look great, that’s ok in my books.

+1 :)

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Ivor Reviewer says
I would rather support degraded but clean square corners and borders in IE and implement CSS3 for good browsers. I mean, if they use IE and don’t get rounded corners but the square ones still look great, that’s ok in my books.

That’s what I do :)

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