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denkGroot
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Those effects are created using CSS3 , that’s why it differs in IE. I made sure it degrades nicely and is still usable.

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I made sure it degrades nicely and is still usable.

I’d recommend progressive enhancement instead of graceful degradation. It’s always the winning approach. ;)

Check out the article Understanding Progressive Enhancement.

Maybe you know that but I just wanted to emphasize it a bit. :)

Good luck!

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Check out the article Understanding Progressive Enhancement.

That’s a really nice article right there, thanks!

I’m working on a JavaScript solution to recreate round corners as a fallback in IE. If anyone has any recommendations, please tell me. :)

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Wohoo! My AdminCP was approved this morning. :) Thanks for your help guys!

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