I would like to use DIVs (or whatever) with rounded corners to enclose the various elements of my web pages.
I have written a noddy bit of PHP which auto-generates a PNG image and allows you to specifiy the width, height, border thickness, corner radius, background colour, border colour, etc, etc of the image with transparent bits outside the corners. This image can then be set as a DIV background.
This is OK, but is there a pure CSS way of doing this? It would be nice to do it as pure CSS because, although my method works, it involves a couple of hacks and it's "icky".