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Rounded corners are very commonplace in web design today. It is so common that the authors of the CSS 3 spec have decided to include it in the upcoming standard. Most browsers aren't supporting CSS 3 yet, but both the Gecko and Webkit rendering engines have had their own version of rounded corners CSS rules for a while now. It is a lot less work to simply apply a CSS rule to an element than to do it with images, so often recently I have been taking this approach. It doesn't work for IE. Internet Explorer users won't get the rounded corners. The corners are just a little added bonus to my users with the better browsers.