CSS3 Rounded Corners Web Design Tutorial – Dreamweaver

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Host Unlimited Websites! bit.ly Hostgator hosting, Unlimited disk space, unlimited bandwidth. In this Dreamweaver Tutorial by James at www.dreamweavertutorial.co.uk We will learn how to make the new CSS3 Rounded Corners to make our web pages look more bespoke. Link to the Free Download will all of the Rouned Corners CSS3 Rules bit.ly In the download you will get: 1 x web page with all CSS3 Rouned Corners Rules. Designed by myself with my Hard Work for you to keep and most importantly learn how to used rounded corners css. You will learn how to make curved corners css and the curnved corners will be make using CSS3 styling which is in the last phase of processing and is currently working on most Major Browsers except IE and Opera. I have used html rounded corners on my designs for the last 10 months but now they are about to be release I have made a tutorial showing you how to utilise the curved edges css in your own website designs. My Dreamweaver Tutorial Website: www.dreamweavertutorial.co.uk Follow me on Twitter www.twitter.com My RSS Feed for Tutorial Updates: www.dreamweavertutorial.co.uk I hope you enjoy this dreamweaver tutroail on css3 rounded corners and if you have any questions please leave a comment for me to respond. James
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20 Responses to “CSS3 Rounded Corners Web Design Tutorial – Dreamweaver”

  1. DoctrinaBytes Says:

    Many thanks for clear tutorials you are great!!!

  2. mimismosable Says:

    @mimismosable
    Hey again,
    after dabble checking and restart computer…realized that only Opera and IE don’t show my round corners..

    Thank again for the Tutorial

  3. mimismosable Says:

    @mimismosable

    Hey again,
    after dobble checking and restart computer…realized that only Opera and IE don’t show my round corners..

    Thank again for the Tutorial

  4. mimismosable Says:

    Hey,Thank for the Tutorial.
    In Mozilla woks perfect, but (with me) in the other browsers I have a problem,not appearing the round corners.
    Any idea?

    I still haven’t look at the rest of your tutorials more around your website,but looks evreything is very helpfull.

    Let you know with Comments.

  5. DreamWeaverTutorial Says:

    @Pegaroxdesign IE is so useless that it doesnt support it. IE9 will have support when its on full release in the spring. you can use a rounded corners hack for IE (google search) but why bother, IE users deserve what they get.

  6. Pegaroxdesign Says:

    hey there, what about the css3 code for the lovely IE????

  7. abdullah0293 Says:

    awesome tutorial..thanx a lot…:)

  8. luck2050 Says:

    why it doesnt workin IExplorer? is there any other way to make it work there?

  9. waxyleaves Says:

    Thank you for this tutorial. I just got the official Adobe CS5 Dreamweaver training DVD and it is horrible. Your tutorials take half the time, are much clearer, and are unbelievably…FREE. The zoom and pan on your vids are extremely helpful. I appreciate you taking the time to craft such high-quality tutorials. Thanks!

    Now off to the dreamweavertutorial website!

  10. waxyleaves Says:

    Thank you for this tutorial. I just got the official Adobe CS5 Dreamweaver training DVD and it is horrible. Your tutorials take half the time, are much clearer, and are unbelievably…FREE. The zoom and pan on your vids are extremely helpful. I appreciate you taking the time to craft such high-quality tutorials. Thanks!

    Now off to the dreamweavertutorial website!

  11. TheChrisnextel Says:

    hello there, i tried using this technique but it doesn’t seem to work on my safari, the command is the same as chrome and it works perfectly on my chrome so i’m really wondering why it has no effect on safari, I’m using version 5.0.2, i think it’s the latest version of safari since I just downloaded it a few weeks ago. Can you help me please? much appreciated!

  12. Exnethy Says:

    @DreamWeaverTutorial ah ok 🙂 thanks for reply! 🙂

  13. DreamWeaverTutorial Says:

    @Exnethy no its transitional so wont validate correctly. If you are wondering from an SEO perspective if it will affect your rankings then i would say not. My website is riddled with CSS3 transitional styles and im still on page 1 of google for ‘dreamweaver tutorial ‘ and my tutorial site has only been around for about 8 months.

  14. Exnethy Says:

    This won’t be valid in the w3’s CSS validator right?

  15. DreamWeaverTutorial Says:

    @EduardoU24 Hello, yes you may translate it. thank you for asking. The next version of Internet Explorer has offered full support in time for the transition to CSS3. Thank goodness !

  16. EduardoU24 Says:

    explorer like always dont support this 🙁

    btw, i wonder if i can take your vid and translate it to my lang with your consent?

  17. DreamWeaverTutorial Says:

    @EduardoU24 Glad you enjoyed it. 🙂

  18. EduardoU24 Says:

    Excellent!!!! all works wonderful ^^

  19. DreamWeaverTutorial Says:

    @360mix Oh, Thanks for you comments

  20. 360mix Says:

    Excellent. I will be putting this intro practice soon…

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