CSS round edges and IE issue

Hello People :slight_smile:

Im using a div tag with a table and using the CSS to give it a white background with round edges, its working fine, but in IE it doesn’t make it round, it keeps it square any reason why?

CSS code for round edges:

	-webkit-border-radius: 7px;
	-moz-border-radius: 7px;

works in all browsers except Internet Explorer :confused:

When IE9 is realeased I guess :wink:

Unfortunately IE still does not support border-radius.

If only it was that easy… the client says “hey, on the visuals we have nice round corners yet on screen it’s all square” :stuck_out_tongue:

IE SUCKS!! Flip, we always struggle with compatibility issues, when will they ever get up to date like the rest of the world’s browsers.

Just let IE users see non rounded corners, then when IE9 appears those users will start seeing them.