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Problems with Border Radius in IE9

Posted on 2013-01-29
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I am using border-radius to create rounded corners on my website. IE is rendering them but there is an unwelcome line around my grid that is being rendered  that I believe is being caused by "border-radius" but not sure what I can do to remedy it. Please see the attached screenshots.
rounded-1-Chrome.jpg
rounded-1-IE.jpg
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Question by:J C
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What does your CSS look like for the rounded corners?
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Also, try adding this within your <head> tags on the page:
<meta content="IE=edge" http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" />

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by:J C
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I had already included <meta content="IE=edge" http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" /> for each page of my site.

CSS:

.ProjectMgmtProjectsGrid {
color: Black;
background-color: White;
border: 10px solid #013668;
border-radius: 15px;
-moz-border-radius: 15px;
-webkit-border-radius: 15px;
}

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I'm just about to leave from work in about 30 minutes, when I get home, I'll try to find a solution for you (we don't have IE9 at work and cannot install it, yet...lol). If I think of anything in the mean time, prior to me leaving, I'll post it here.
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One thing I'm seeing in the image also is that the text in IE seems to be much bigger...is it possible that you are using a different size font or font style for your screenshots? One thing you could do in IE, is hold down [Ctrl] and then scroll your middle mouse button down ONCE. It should zoom out slightly for the text. This could be causing your issue.
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by:J C
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I feel like an idiot. I was scaling the page (unknowingly). Once I was viewing at 100%, the page displayed properly. Thanks for your help!
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You're welcome :) I figured it had to be something with the zooming.
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