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    HTML and CSS code for the design

    I am trying to code for the design, but not getting the proper design while codding. Can any one help me, can anyone write me the html and css code for the design? I can not code for the rounded corners. I do not want to load all them like images.
    I want to code for the background and for the texts, how can I do that????
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails HTML and CSS code for the design-bank_proj_03.gif  

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    Please, take into account that this is a help forum. We will not do the work for you, but we will certainly help you any way we can. You will most likely want to use a unordered list menu and use one image for your two corners and filling in the background of the other li with the same color image you use for the corners.

    This tutorial may help: http://www.virtuosimedia.com/dev/css...-corners-menus
    Notice: If you post a problem and it gets fixed, please remember to go back and place it as solved. ;)
    I always recommend the HEAD First series of books for learning a new coding language. ^_^

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    CSS 3 has rounded corners in it's markup.

    The rest of your post is hard to understand. Post code please.

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    Sunfighter, while CSS3 does include rounded corners in its markup, not all browsers support it. Typically, only the up-to-date browsers do.
    Notice: If you post a problem and it gets fixed, please remember to go back and place it as solved. ;)
    I always recommend the HEAD First series of books for learning a new coding language. ^_^

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    There is much help here.
    Use the Search facility. Single words often work best.

    Check the right hand column.

    Useful one here also.

    Frank
    Last edited by effpeetee; 04-26-2011 at 02:33 PM.
    * Sources (updated: 21.11.2012.
    Using Windows 8 Professional. 64bit with HP Photosmart 5510 printer Very useful site here.

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    @effpeetee Great links even if the first one knocked my eyeballs out.

    @Chris I know that, but the question was about css not browsers, and besides I think the days of programming sites for 300 year old browsers are over. Every browser i know of has a bug you to death mode until you upgrade to the latest and greatest. So even my Mom has the newest.


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