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making layers in dreamweaver mx with rounded corners

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i want to make my layer which right now is a rectangel , have rounded colors, i do not want this to be a graphic.

please tell me how to do this in dreamweaver
thanks!
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by:Zyloch
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Can you elaborate? Do you want to make a rounded rectangle?
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by:dorward
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You have two choices...

(1) Use experimental browser implementations of the CSS 3 border-radius property.

{
  -moz-border-radius: 10px;
}

This WILL NOT work with Internet Explorer. It will only work on Mozilla based browsers (like Netscape 7). There might be such test implementations for Opera and KHTML (I don't know the syntax for them though), but not for MSIE.

(2) Use graphics

http://www.sovavsiti.cz/css/corners.html
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by:Havin_it
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WOW dorward, that's a standards-tastic solution all right.  I still prefer tables for this job (mainly because I do a lot of dynamic pages, for which that graphics-plus-css method would struggle).  I've got a stretchy table I re-use frequently in DW - it's probably saved my sanity when it comes to making tables in DW in fact.  It just has all dimensions omitted apart from the corner cells.  Still not sure why people are so down on tables anyhow, apart from their capacity for misuse.
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