I have been using PIE successfully for quite a while now. I have been using the 'border radius' feature more frequently on tabbed interfaces than anything else. I have noticed when reading the posts on this forum that most people seem to style their tabs by appling PIE to the <li> element (of the unordered list of links) while I apply the border radius (and associated behavior) to the <a> links.
Apparently, either way works, but I decided to ask the question: when using PIE, is it better to style the <li> elements or the contained <a> elements? Does PIE work better one way than the other?
Thanks in advance...
Thu Jun 23, 2011 2:36 pm
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Re: Styling rouned tabs with PIE
i usually style the <a> elements b/c almost all my tab styles have hover effects and i still have clients who insist on ie6 support, so for those i can only make :hover happen on links.
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