Lose the Images: How to Get Rounded Corners, Gradients, Drop Shadows and More Using CSS

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With the widespread adoption of CSS, web designers have been given more style freedom than ever before. What once was done with images and tables can now be accomplished with a few lines of code. This article gives examples on how to accomplish common design elements with the use of very minimal images, if any at all. Use CSS to lose the excess images and keep your page loading fast.

CSS Rounded Corners

CSS Drop Shadows

CSS Gradients

CSS Mouseovers

CSS Quotes for Blockquotes

CSS Graphs and Diagrams

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