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    Hi,

    I am trying to get curved corners to work in IE7 & 8 so looked at using the above hack but as simple as it is to implement, I just can't get it to work for me, can anyone help?

    Website is www. kerry louise bespoke soft furnishings .co.uk (without any gaps)

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    I don't like to mess with wordpress to much, however this link has info which may help you
    http://jonraasch.com/blog/css-rounde...n-all-browsers
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    Thanks I will take a look

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    You have Google analytics on that site. IMHO, you should take a look at the share of those browsers in visits to the site, or the customer's previous site if need be. Why? 2 reasons:
    1. You may be doing all of this work for no reason. IE 7 & 8 have a combined market share of 13%, and I'd venture most of that is government computers. See how many people with those browsers are actually coming to the site. You'll probably find it to be pretty low. I had 632 visits to my site last month, of that, 3 were IE8 and not one for 7.
    2. What the few who use those browsers don't see, they won't know they're missing. If a design element looks jacked up, they'll notice, but if it's not there, how would they even know?
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    +1 to Ronald. I design my sites based around Chrome and Firefox. If a IE user has an issue with it, I will gladly send them a download link for firefox and chrome, and then pray for them.


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