[Pro] rounded corners on html boxes

Hi,

does anyone know how to get rounded corners on html boxes?

thanks

Peter


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CSS3 Corners Action, at http://actionsforge.com

Walter

On Mar 9, 2012, at 11:09 AM, Peter Walsh wrote:

Hi,

does anyone know how to get rounded corners on html boxes?

thanks

Peter


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thanks Walter

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Walter is there a reason not to use:

Tools Palette>item appearance settings> background> corners?

Just insert your radius in the “corners” box. The menu goes up to 9pt radius, but you can type in anything larger.

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Depending on the content type in your newly-rounded box, it can introduce a lot of extraneous HTML (an entire table with 9 cells to hold the sides and corners) that just makes your site more difficult for screen readers, Google, and other visually-disabled patrons to comprehend. It’s style, so CSS is where that instruction belongs, not the HTML itself.

Walter

On Mar 10, 2012, at 5:17 AM, PeterH wrote:

Walter is there a reason not to use:

Tools Palette>item appearance settings> background> corners?

Just insert your radius in the “corners” box. The menu goes up to 9pt radius, but you can type in anything larger.

Cheers,

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Thanks, I shall download the action!

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here you go, a link to a page with the Background Supersizer & Transition FX actions applied:
http://marklewisimages.co.uk/BS/Winchester.html

I see once uploaded the BS image does appear, when I preview locally it does not… The opposite happens to the Transition FX effect…


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The other reason to use the CSS3 Corners Action is because it includes fallback for older versions of IE (PIE fallback, to be specific). Just tick the “Add IE Hack” checkbox in the Actions palette.

CSS3 Corners is the lifeblood of my sites. Previously I was using Freeway’s graphic corner rounding. But graphics add bulk to a site, and they are not perfectly sharp on Retina displays, AND you see little hairlines all over the place when displaying graphically rounded corners on an iPad. CSS3 Corners resolves all that.

–James Wages


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