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    Senior Member Blackhawk095's Avatar
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    I've been working on a website that has rounded corners around the page and a news box. The full design works great on every browser, except for IE 8. IE9 works just fine, but IE 8 is being a pest. Any suggestions on how to make the rounded corners show up in IE8?

    Here is the website: http://www.my-testing-area.netne.net/
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    None. The only way to use rounded corners in IE<9 is with javascript or images.
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    ok. Thanks. I guess I'll leave it then.
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    You may also want to consider this: http://css3pie.com/ It'll give you border-radius on IE8. Pretty easy to implement too.
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    Thanks. I'll try it.
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    Angie is correct, CSS3 PIE is the best. I use it for all my older browser projects, IE9 is now on the same level as what firefox 3.6 was, not quite, but almost.


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