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Widget border-top/bottom
  • I'm working on a new theme: iGlass or in italian IoVetro! (based on Leggero Style) I would to add a top and bottom border on widget Now i have only a background for colunm but i don't be able to add the border top and bottom I try to add a div before and after the div of the widget but is not the solution.... i try to make a table (without div) for the widget, but is not the solution.... Have someone an ideas?
  • Is this for all widgets, or just one in particular. If it's just for one you could name it in your stylesheet, I suppose. I just did a quick test of the following and it worked (just using inline style).
  • ok, thanks. But, if i want to ad an image for border? top image border background image border bottom image border for all or just one what can i do?
  • There is a border-image setting in CSS3, though obviously this isn't supported by all browsers. But it should work in the latest versions of FireFox, Opera & Safari. The linked page only mentions FF & Safari, but it also works in Opera V10.5 for sure. Not sure about Internet Explorer as I don't use it.
  • thank you Stanley. In CSS3 there are rounded corner also but there are no browser that support the new features. I have solved my problem so
    {widgets pos=left}

    {$subject}

    {$content}
    {/widgets}
    I have introduced a table for design the widget and it works fine In a first moment i think i have make some errors You can see the result on my blog this evening
  • Posted By: lantacaIn CSS3 there are rounded corner also but there are no browser that support the new features.

    Well, I know that the latest version of Opera now supports border-radius, and also both FireFox & Safari have done for a while, but you used to have to put the -moz- & -webkit- prefixes to the border-radius property. I'm not sure if they now support the official CSS3 version. On the same web site I linked to earlier they have a border-radius example, and they have quite a lengthy set of rules to make it work in a few different browsers, e.g. border-radius: 10px; -o-border-radius: 10px; -icab-border-radius: 10px; -khtml-border-radius: 10px; -moz-border-radius: 10px; -webkit-border-radius: 10px; (note that this is what they actually have in the source code - which has more bits to it than what they actually give in the example code shown below the example) I know that the -o- prefix was intended for Opera, but it was never used - and Opera now supports just the border-radius setting (so the -o- version isn't needed), but I'm not sure what the -icab- and -khtml- versions are (maybe IE & Konquerer?), but I'm sure you could use their examples to cater for quite a few of your visitors - and fall back to using your rounded corner images for people who are still using older browsers. Your site looks great, by the way, I want to go for a swim!
  • ok, stanley... ;-) i try to make iGlass only with css. But only for chomium (i love Iron browser) so, good job to me :-)
  • With reference to the rounded corners, I found another way to do this at dhtmlgoodies.com if it's of any use to you.
  • thank you stanley, but i want to realize a theme based only on CSS, without other excamotage :-) the theme is ok for me, i hope in IE9... and i use chrome
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