Sometimes, you just have to see it to believe it. And sometimes where you build it isn’t a place where you’re easily able to see it. For border radius CSS styles, I often use border-radius.com to help me visualize what those different border corners could look like. The border-radius style is part of CSS3 and is used in webkit and gecko browsers.
Here’s an example of an output from this website for 15px on all borders of an element:
To have an element with different border radii (have I always wanted to say that and write that? Yes. 🙂 ), enter the top, leftmost radius and then change the others after. Changing the top, leftmost radius will update them all only the first time.
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