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  • esmi


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    Was there a question in there? Or just an observation?

    The theme uses CSS rounded corners which aren’t supported by IE…

    i was going to start a new topic to ask about this issue
    and it’s not working in opera 10 too
    it’s working only in firefox and chrome

    Note : When i click valid XHTML from the meta menu i got 1 warning and 6 errors !

    If you want rounded corner draw it using MS Paint . Save as .bmp file and load in your page. that should work in MSIE

    Hi Andrew,

    I sent you an email a while ago with the links to spiffy and nifty rounded CSS corners. So you know very well that IE 7 and 8 support and display rounded CSS corners .. 😉 The way you did it here in the CSS with that -moz-border-radius stuff is just very – well – limited.

    Anyway, I have somebody working on this right now and will share once it’s working in IE also. I have adapted the phps and the main css to my needs quite a bit, though, so you guys will have to figure out how to implement the changes into the current versions.


    LeeBinder, I don’t spose you could give us a link to those spiffy rounded CSS corners that you mentioned? I’m kind of curious to have a look myself 🙂
    and 🙂

    For IE it is most likely necessary to not just adapt the css but also the phps.

    OK, project completed. I will upload old and new version php & css tomorrow or latest Tuesday so somebody can make a diff. For the impatient here’s a sneak preview of the working site (still a few and slight graphical glitches, but these will be sorted out):

    I can confirm rounded corners working in IE8 Vista SP2. Anybody can confirm in IE 6 and 7?

    (please give me a day or two for publishing the source code because I am extremely busy right now.)

    I took at look at my site using IE and it looked just fine. From all the complaining here, I thought maybe the site would be broken or something. The corners are pointed rather than rounded, but at least the site works.

    Just wondering if the code from can be used for blockquotes in a wordpress theme? I’ve been trying to duplicate the warcraft forums “blue posts” for my blog and gave up trying to use 2 images within the blockquote code.

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