This article deals with a JQuery plugin that can emulate a totally cross browser CSS3 rounded corners solution.
There is an example of the finished code here: JQuery Rounded Corners example
My curiosity into CSS 3 was piqued at Scotch on the Rocks 2010 this year. There was a very good presentation from Chris Mills from Opera http://twitter.com/chrisdavidmills where he touched on some of the new CSS 3 and HTML 5 functionality that some of the modern browsers are taking advantage of. I particularly liked some of the really simple, but visual CSS 3 changes, in this case rounded corners.
This article is a quick example of how to add rounded corner styling to your designs.
A project request recently came up where we needed to track some users responses to a series of questions, then build an account 'home' page based on those responses. Pretty straight forward you'll agree. The problem here arose from the clients using a bespoke online solution that blocked any kind of server side interaction.
The article deals with using cfcontent to serve up dynamic data driven CSS. I'll use Coldfusion to embed variables in a cfm file, then use cfcontent to have the browser serve the content as a CSS file.