CSS3 Rounded Corners Video 0044

A Video for the Ojambo.com CSS3 Rounded Corners article.
Part One of One

In order for the rounded corners to work, the browser must support CSS3 border-radius property.

The video begins by selecting a suitable programming editor. Ojambo.com reviewed cross-platform lightweight programming editors.

The tutorial is broken up into two parts. The first creates four “div” containers which have specific “id” identifiers. The second part creates styles which utilize the CSS3 border-radius property.

The final output in the browser yields four shapes. The first shape is a regular rectangle. The second shape is a rounded rectangle. The third shape is a square and the fourth shape is a circle.

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