1) My "rounded corners" are the easiest ever: http://imar.spaanjaars.com/Images/Menu/FAQsNormal.gif
The Menu control exposes a number of control Styles as demonstrated in chapter 7. The style has a CssClass property that you can use to define classes in external style sheets.
2) If I understand you correctly, the answer is the same as 1): use CssClass and assign a class.
3) Choose File | New Website | My Templates | Tutorial on ASP.NET CSS Friendly Control Adapters to set up a tutorial site. This site serves the following four purposes:
1) Help you understand how the control adapter architecture works in ASP.NET 2.0.
2) Provide you with a set of sample adapters that are CSS friendly.
3) Enable you to immediately begin using these sample adapters in your own sites.
4) Get you started building your own custom control adapters.
Hope this helps,
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