I have been using a script called curvycorners to allow curved corners in IE8, without any problems.
However, in slightly different pages it made the left sidebar and the main content to come together and hide the 10px background margin.
In the end, I found another way of creating the rounded corners: PIE. It works fine and is much faster than curvycorners.
It solved one problem and created amother: the box-shadow seems to be very different in the divs where it is applied and I am unable to make sense of it. the best I came across is to give up the shados altogether and substitute them with border-right and border-bottom, but that is not a solution.
Could you help me get round this problem, please?
I am working with
but you can see a live (problem) page in http://pintotours.net/Asia/Japan/IbisShinjuku.html especially in IE8 but not only.
The problem is not only with IE8, it is also with modern browsers, although this is probably due to the fact that I deleted the old code
box-sizing: border-box -moz-box-sizing: border-box -webkit-box-sizing: border-box; -moz-border-radius-topleft: 20px; border-top-left-radius: 20px;
border-radius: 0 0 20px 20px; behavior: url(/Pinto/Pie/PIE.htc);
The shadows are supposed to work in the panels in both sidebars and in the enlarged images in the central part