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Rounded corners

Using the border-radius property.


<!DOCTYPE html>
	<meta charset="utf-8">
	<title>Rounded corners: border-radius</title>
		body {
			font: 14px courier;
			background: #06c;
			color: #000;
		p {
			width: 300px;
			height: 100px;
			padding: 50px;
			margin: 20px 0 0 20px;
			background: white;
			float: left;
		code {
			display: block;
			padding: 10px;
			background: #def;
			border-radius: 10px;
		#corners1 {
			border-top-left-radius: 100px;
		#corners2 {
			border-radius: 100px;
		#corners3 {
			border-radius: 0 50px 100px 200px;
		#corners4 {
			padding: 30px;
			background: none;
			border-radius: 50px;
			border: 20px solid #fff;
		#corners5 {
			border-radius: 25%;
		#corners6 {
			border-radius: 200px/100px;
		#borderCollie {
			border-radius: 75px/125px;
			border-bottom-left-radius: 75px;
			border-bottom-right-radius: 75px;
			width: 120px;
			height: 90px;
			padding: 80px 15px 30px 15px;
	<p id="corners1"><code>border-top-left-radius: 100px;</code></p>
	<p id="corners2"><code>border-radius: 100px;</code></p>
	<p id="corners3"><code>border-radius: 0 50px 100px 200px;</code></p>
	<p id="corners4"><code>border-radius: 50px;<br>border: 20px solid #fff;</code></p>
	<p id="corners5"><code>border-radius: 25%;</code></p>
	<p id="corners6"><code>border-radius: 200px/100px;</code></p>

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