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Rounded corners in Internet Explorer

I always wonder why Internet Explorer doesn't support CSS3 border-radius property, which is natively supported in Safari, Firefox and Chrome.

I know there are many ways to do this which includes javascript and css methods to achieve them. I found another cool method of implementing it. This method also support box-shadow property.

Please follow the following procedure to implement this

Step 1:- download it and upload it
Pie (1002) it and unzip. Upload the to you server, its the behavior file for IE, which does all the magic.

Step 2:- Write some css
Write some css styling

-webkit-border-radius: 10px;
    -moz-border-radius: 10px;
    border-radius: 10px;


(Note the -webkit- and -moz- prefixed versions; these are necessary to make the rounded corners work in WebKit and Mozilla-based browsers.)

Step 3:- Apply PIE

In that same CSS rule, add the following style line:

behavior: url(path/to/;

You Are Done

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