= Jquery round corners = Round corners the Technorati way. Adds four empty HTML elements inside any div with class="round"
The library does the magic. Include a few lines in your HTML head section, and you're ready to go.
== Example ==
Put this in yoursection:
Add class="round" to a div in your HTML:
- .. ..
See also file example.html
== More info == Created 2008-05-26 By Jesper Rønn-Jensen, www.justaddwater.dk Explanation (blog article): [JQuery Rounded Corners (Technorati Style):http://justaddwater.dk/2008/05/26/jquery-rounded-corners-technorati-style/] Github code repository: http://github.com/jesperronn/jquery-round-corners/tree/master
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