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PixeledArt says

I have a problem where when I add this CSS property -moz-border-radius: 4px; -webkit-border-radius: 4px; to a tag. The images on the website only shows up rounded in safari but not firefox.

Sorry for my english.

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Eight7Teen says

The problem is that you’re not actually “rounding” the image itself… Just the border.

So to cure this problem, add a 1px solid border that’s a bit darker than the background color to be able to see the effect. (if you make the border the same color as the bg, then the rounded border won’t be visible, thus ruining the effect)

So to recap… You should change your css to look like this:

.ads img, .ads.flickr .content img { -moz-border-radius:4px; border:1px solid #777777; margin:0 14px 15px 0; }

Hope that helps!

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