Boring square boxes can really be a drag. In the early days of html, that was the only way to show your content, unless you slices up images and put them in tables (*gasp!). Css came along, and we were overjoyed at the capability to layout content without slicing images, but we still had to if we wanted rounded corners or anything other than a square box. Then, CSS evolved and we finally gained control over the shape of our corners, which was liberating. Some are intimidated by creating rounded corners at first, but once you do it a time or two, you tend to get the hang of it. This week, I am going to show you how rounded corners work in CSS.