CSS3 rounded corners in Dreamweaver

This video tutorial is really useful for those who use Dreamweaver as their default editor for CSS and, more generally, for web development. Just a caveat here: to make sure that your CSS will validate, you should avoid the vendor prefixes approach and use the standard border-radius property. In this case, however, make sure that your CSS will be validated as CSS3, because the W3C validator defaults to the CSS 2.1 specification. Just use the keyword profile in your validator URL and you're done (of course you have to use the css3 value wink).

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