That's a good question. I'm not sure what is the answer to your question. I'll do some investigation and get back to you if I find an anything. You should email the people at iPage as they probably can answer it..
Thank you very much Jack! You're me god!!!.
It worked perfectly..
Do you have an URL of your iPage website so I can take a look what it looks like..
The iPage site is just an demonstration store and contains some heavy loaded graphics/design so please be a little patient, especially if you have a slow connection..
//Use Firefox or Opera when visiting my iPage site or you wont see the effect//.
I'm using an image shadow instead of border, now.
IE does NOT support that.
, it's a pain in the ass developing for IE. The shadow effect works just great in Opera and Firefox. I know that the majority of all websurfers use IE, but hopefully more and more people start using an alternate browser like Opera or Firefox. IE belongs to the 90's century, and that's a FACT!..
Thanks...for your feedback. I like what you have done with youre shop. Problem is that with my site, that is...my clients site.
, probably the majority uses IE. I don't think many people that buy fabrics will use alternate browsers..
I was just looking for some relative easy ways to give the iPage site an extra touch..
You could use "border colors as shadows", tough it dosen't look that good as an "shadow image" does.
IE is able to show stylesheet borders, I tested the code above that Jack posted and Internet Explorer showed the borders correctly..
Give it a try anyway.