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  1. #1
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    In any ones experience or proven facts: is it better to use the background property of say a <td> then to use the <img> when creating a table with rounded corners?

    I am making a page but it has a lot of rounded tables on it and I was wondering if it would load better using the edges as backgrounds rather then the <img> tag. Can anyone shed insightful thoughts on this for me? Thanks.


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    I don't think I'd use either.

    Background on TD's aren't supported officially in all browsers. On screen Images cause problems with accessibiliy. The alternative is use css and apply the image to the TD using a class.
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