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    Text Box With Rounded Corners for IE7

    Hello,

    I need to create boxes that include text with rounded corners that will work in IE7. I would like to find a way to do it without using images. Everything I have found on the web that claims to work in IE7 hasn't so far.

    Do you know of a way to do this? Our library system is so far behind with no money to catch up. I'm attaching a pdf of what they want it to look like.

    Thanks for any help you can give me,
    Elbee

    http://jpl.coj.net/redesign.pdf
    Last edited by Elbee; 08-28-2012 at 01:25 PM. Reason: could be misunderstanding

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    Try CSS3PIE.

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    Thank you for your response. I have tried CSS3PIE and haven't gotten it to work in IE7.
    I'm probably doing something wrong. It works in Firefox of course!

    http://jpl.coj.net/corners/box.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elbee View Post
    Thank you for your response. I have tried CSS3PIE and haven't gotten it to work in IE7.
    I'm probably doing something wrong. It works in Firefox of course!

    http://jpl.coj.net/corners/box.html
    Have you uploaded PIE.htc, etc., to the correct location?
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    Wow, I’ve got to say, this is some ancient coding practice. I see that this appears to be some kind of Dreamweaver template system but I’d really advise you to familiarize yourself with the principle of writing semantic HTML.

    Now, to the subject: These IE-fix scripts that circulate around the internet all have a few intricacies to them because they basically create new elements and position them behind the element that is addressed. And therefore the stacking order (or “layering”) of elements is important and can be influenced by assigining certain elements a position. You might be able to fix your issue by applying position: relative.

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