CSS Rounded Corners

To set rounded corners of an element, use the border-radius property in CSS. We can also set the radius for each corner. In this lesson, we will work around both examples.

Rounded Corners

Let us see an example to set rounded corners for a div:


CSS Rounded Corners

Set different sizes for rounded corners

We can also set different sizes for all the rounded corners, i.e. top-left, top-right, bottom-left, and bottom-right. Let us see an example:


CSS Rounded Corners for different corners

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