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Hi all,
I have a question about creating graphics for web pages.
If you visit sites like, say, www.microsoft.com
they have these nice rounded tables or tabs with links in them, as navigational bars(which might have additional features like images/text rollovers).
I wanted to know how to make these simple and elegant graphics.
Are these made in programs like Adobe Photoshop/Corel Draw?Once they are made, you just point to their location and stick 'em up on your web page and then take care of aligning whatever text in/around them?
 
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Vijaya Shri,
check this tutorial
http://htmlgoodies.earthweb.com/tutors/roundcorners.html
Hope that helps. if u have any ques pls let me know. i use adobe photoshop to make round corners.
 
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