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Summary

CSS lets you create boxes that not only have rounded or nonsquare corners but that are flexible—cutting down on unnecessary code and separating the design of the box from the content that's being presented. In this chapter, we shared methods for creating fixed-width and fluid-width rounded boxes, and I hope it will encourage you to experiment with these techniques and others, creating bulletproof boxes that defy the box model of CSS.

Here are some points to remember when creating indestructible, rounded-corner boxes:


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