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Rounded corners from JQuery UI ThemeRoller

I'm using a theme from the JQuery ThemeRoller here:  http://jqueryui.com/themeroller/#themeGallery

The accordion and such have rounded corners that seem to work quite well across all browsers and I would like to just leverage that throughout a site I'm working on.

I took a quick look through the CSS but didn't find how the corners were done.

Anyone know where that class is?

Thanks,
MH
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MHenry
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Roger BaklundCommented:
The class named "ui-corner-all" defines the rounded corners. You can make a div with rounded corners like this:
<div class="ui-widget-content ui-corner-all" style="width:10em">
  This box have rounded corners.
</div>

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MHenryAuthor Commented:
Believe it or not, I asked the wrong question. I meant to ask about the background, not the corners.

Oh well, keep your eyes out for the question on backgrounds...

But I did get something from your answer anyway. It wasn't working when I tried it because I thought it was UL as in unorderd list. But I can see from your answer it's uI. That should help!

Thanks,
MH
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