Many web developers in the past, places images instead of rounded corners , because the default appearance of the box borders pointed right-angled corners. But now the CSS3 border-radius property allows web designers to draw the rounded corners .
The border-radius shorthand property can be used to define all four corners simultaneously. If any value is set to zero, that corner will be square.
You can specify different values on each corner of the box.
In Firefox you need to use the -moz- prefix, that functions the same way as the standard CSS version.
Inorder to set a different radius for each individual corner of your box, use like the following :
In order to set rounded corners properties in all browsers you can implement like the following:
Copy and paste the following source code to your html page, it will draw a circle in your html page.
The box-shadow CSS property can be used to define shadow effects in a box element.
box-shadow: x y blur radius color ;
box-shadow: 10px 10px 5px gold;
When you set the negative values in x and y the shadow will draw left and above the box.
In the above code the x and y set as negative values, so the shadow will draw on the left and above the box .
You can draw box shadow on one side using css
Shadow on bottom side
Shadow on left side
Shadow on right side
Shadow on top side
In order to set shadowed box properties in all browsers you can implement like the following: