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    Div background/rounded corners

    Hey everyone. Hope u all good.
    Im designing a site and basing it on similar principle to this one (http://www.tier1online.com/)...it will be a fictional second hand multimedia company. Basically, ive made a few websites before nd they have been basic. For this one this im putting the multimedia product images and texual content into divs for display just like the above mentioned website. This is where i gets confused..........to achieve a similar look to this and other websites do i use images for rounded corners in the div (ive never done this before although im pretty handy with photoshop) or do i use css for the rounded corners (ive actually got myself css code which can be applied to all browsers except for IE6 and yields rounded corners...im just not sure if this is the usual method)...if i use images to achieve the rounded corners do i need to do it in a way that would alow for the div background image adjusting with the content??

    So, there ya go. Ive done what i am best at. Taking what shuld probs be a staright forward thing and confusing myself with it lol please help

    Kind regards,
    teddy

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    Use CSS for the rounded corners. Unless you want dinosaurs to be able to see rounded corners, IE6 will gracefully fall back to good old square corners, which is fine.

    Dave

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    i suggest you use css, because it will offer you flexibility in designs, you can take a look at this site http://www.cssbuttoncode.com/rounded-corner.php round corner div, i think it is ok in ie

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    cheers

    Thank you very much for the advice dave. I will gladly take that bit advice and get crackin on with the work.

    Cheers,
    Teddy


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