Rounded Corners in Internet Explorer
You may remember my recent expirement with getting rounded corners in Internet Explorer to work with VML. I tried to come up with a way to mimic border-radius and to be able to implement simple rounded corners into a design.
The first implementation I saw that tried to do this in a seamless way was Remiz of HTML Remix. The implementation uses an HTML control (ie: an htc file) that can be easily bound to any element which should have rounded corners.
Drew Diller has pointed me to his implementation, DD_roundies, which he has just released. His code has the added benefit of allowing tiled alpha PNGs without using AlphaImageLoader (an unexpected discovery).
Here's hoping, once again, that IE8 will magically support border-radius.