Giving images round corners

You can give any element “rounded corners” by applying a border-radius through CSS. You’ll only notice if there is a color change involved. For instance, if the element has a background-color or border that is different than the element it’s over. Simple examples:

#example-one {
border-radius: 10px;
background: #BADA55;
}
#example-two {
border-radius: 10px;
border: 3px solid #BADA55;
}

4 ways to write a link.

<a href=”www.somewhere.com”>This is your like</a>

This is your results a basic link.  This is your like

<a href=”www.somewhere.com” target=”new”>This is your like</a>

This is your link will open in a new window. This is your like

<a href=”www.somewhere.com” target=”new” title=”This is your link”>This is your like</a>

This is your results with a title on hover.  This is your like

<a href=”www.somewhere.com” target=”new” title=”This is your link” alt=”This description of link”>This is your like</a>

This is your results with a title on hover and if your link was broken.  This is your like

 

 

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