13 Jun 06
11 Mar 07 9:35 pm
To get the round-cornered box into your site, you need to view the page source of the round-corners HTML page, copy the part that creates the round box (the <table> tags and everything inside) and then paste that into Dreamweaver using the code view (as opposed to the preview view)
Actually, I've just taken a look at the HTML the software produces, and it seems to be producing boxes with gaps in them when I view the pages in Firefox. (IE looks fine... go figure.)
I've tweaked the code so it renders fine in Firefox. Try pasting this into your table code instead:
The stuff inside the <!-- --> things are comments, and they tell you what to do. As with the HTML produced by the round-corners software, this code assumes that the images are kept in the same folder as the HTML itself. If you've put your images inside a special images folder, you'll need to change the file path inside the <img> tags. (ie. <img src="../images/corner3.jpg" width="25" height="25"> )
If you're using the "large" round corners option, every time it says "25" up there, change it to "41".
All that looks pretty intimidating, but give it a go and let us know how you get on.
All the best,