Curvaceous corners on a church web site?! Is that permissible? Is that even possible? Well yes to both â€“ as today we enjoy sharing a link that has all the yumminess of chocolate ice cream without the remorse code maintenance that comes with it!
Rounded corners on a web site are like eating chocolate ice cream â€“ you canâ€™t resist the lure of the coca bean â€“ but you have regrets the next morning when you step on the scale and realize you now have to hit the treadmill for 2.325 hours to work off the calories; the equivalent on the web site to the extra weight being the higher design and maintenance cycles that come with curvy layouts.
That said, there are sites out there to both demystify and perhaps make this particular design element easier to handle â€“ or at least give us the impression itâ€™s not so difficult and/or time consuming. Iâ€™m talking about how-to pages and rounded corner code generator web sites that make shooting your foot clean-off a snap!
Fortunately for me, while I was looking for just such a site â€“ look what I found first:
Smiley Cat Web Design’s "CSS Rounded Corners ‘Roundup‘."
Which is a pleasant first as I usually fund such useful urls at the end of a death march through Googleâ€™s extremeties. Anyway, having found this useful site that lists other useful sites that are all about helping you â€˜round-outâ€™ your church website, I figured Iâ€™d share.
And whether you want to help or not – at least drop a love note and let me know which of the techniques listed over at the SmileyCat website you like; I’m partial to the various offerings at 456 Berea Street, but that’s just me.