Nifty Corners Cube, freedom to round with CSS and Javascript

Written by on April 10, 2006 in Design Techniques - 2 Comments

I love rounded corners, and I find it very IN for web 2.0 websites. Alessandro Fulciniti have make my day by writing this article using CSS and Javascript to make rounded cubes. The effect is very interesting and very easy to use, specially that you’ll find lot of documented examples about how to use this scripts. The example twelve is a conclusion of what you could make using Nifty Corners Cube, just use your imagination and enjoy !
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2 Comments on "Nifty Corners Cube, freedom to round with CSS and Javascript"

  1. Karsten W. Rohrbach April 20, 2006 at 10:30 am · Reply

    Article moved to there: http://html.it/articoli/esempi/articoli_pro/niftycube/

  2. Alex December 15, 2006 at 6:51 pm · Reply

    Yep! I love the nifty cubes, too! Note that you can use Nifty corners cube for layouts, creating beautiful looking sites from scratch (round corners mean so much in the design!). AND, Nifty works well with absolute positioning!
    For a real-life example, check out my site; all rounded corners were done using Nifty.

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