Check out this article that show you a few things that you can do with border radius.
Ever wondered how to make those little tiny icons that sit next to the URL in your browser? Well, here is a simple tutorial to creating a favicon on a Mac.
Here’s good link to some insights on CSS Frameworks, it’s pros and cons, and examples that you can use.
“A CSS Framework is meant to provide ready-made solutions for various tasks that we perform on regular basis. In simple terms an ideal CSS framework will provide you with a default style sheet which you should be able to use as a starting point for most of your web design projects.”
Here’s an amazing gallery of free HTML email templates that look great and have been tested to work on various email programs such as Hotmail, Yahoo. Gmail, Apple’s Mail, etc.
We were recently doing some research online and came across this collection of 35 inspirational web designs from the music industry.
The border-radius option in CSS3 allows you to make nicely rounded corners for your boxes. Both Mozila/Firefox, Safari and Chrome have implemented this function, which allows you to create CSS only rounded corners on box-items.