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Old March 13th, 2007, 05:04 AM
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Default <b> tag for getting a rounded corner table?

I am working on a page, which has table with rounded corners on top and bottom. Here is the code written to get those corners:

<b class="roundtop"><b class="roundb1"></b><b class="roundb2"></b></b>
<b class="roundbottom"><b class="roundb2"></b><b class="roundb1"></b></b>.

I only know hat <b> tag is used for bold. Can I know how is this tag used to get a rounded corner?

Shivanand Yerva
Old March 13th, 2007, 05:23 AM
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There are lot of ways. You'll find some of them here.

But why do you want to use B? Beats me.


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