It works cross-browser, i.e. on IE 5.5, 6.0, FF 1.0, 1.5, Safari 2, Opera 8.5, Konqueror 3.5 (and maybe others), and comes with loads of other features. Try it now!
RuzeeBorders are much faster now with version 0.8 – The Performance Release. The kick gave Simon with his hint about using caching strategies to improve speed by drawing a corner only once and reuse that on other DIVs with the … Continued
But then again, IE 7.0 RC2 still does not support min-width and I read that the layout engine will not be changed for the final version – which means that all those ugly workarounds will be required for some more years… Unless others are successful, who say that they are working hard on the feature to be included in the final. So I guess, we’ll just wait and see ;-).
[tags]IE 7, Internet Explorer 7, IE, Internet Explorer, min-width, css, webdesign[/tags]
Wow, that was much easier than I thought: The new RuzeeBorders version 0.7 support border widths other than 1px, which can be specified via the corresponding CSS property (e.g. style=”border: 5px solid green”). They look really Web2.0ish this way ;-). … Continued
If you are a Mac OS X fanatic and at the same time a Java developer, check out Christoph‘s JAR Inspector. It’s a JAR file manager with direct support for viewing and changing manifest files and comes with a Java … Continued
My blog got a new URL scheme. It is now located at https://www.ruzee.com/blog instead of http://www.ruzee.com/wordpress. The /wordpress URLs still work, but you’ll be 301 redirected to /blog URLs. This will work for the next few weeks – I guarantee … Continued
The new version 0.6 of RuzeeBorders supports pseudo-transparency, i.e. you can put simple borders on top of background images. The RuzeeBorders page has an example and the download link.
I’ve decided not to used “real” opacity because I want the borders to work on the supported browsers with the same quality and the dependency to opacity would make the borders look extremly bad on Opera and Konqueror (read my last posting for details).
I did some research about the support for opacity in modern Browser. Opacity means, that parts of your web page (DIVs, images and other elements) may be semi transparent so you can, potentially partly, see the background behind them. Firefox … Continued
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Alessandro Fulciniti, the author of Nifty Corners Cube (currently points to www.html.it… but is correct), made a nice overview in Italian of the different possibilities you have for rounded corners on your web page. Here’s the link to his entry translated to english via Google Translate. It’s almost possible to understand what he’s writing about ;-).
[tags]rounded, corners, overview, css[/tags]