Learning how to edit your own WordPress theme is empowering, and fun! CSS may look scary at first, but once you get in there and play around a bit you'll notice that its very logically written and orderly. There are so many things you can do with CSS (Cascading Style Sheets)! One of my favorite things to play with in CSS is image styles. Changing the way your photos display can make a huge difference in the feel of your site. Updating your caption styles, adding rounded corners, and making sure your images are mobile responsive are the things we'll cover today.
If you like to play with your own websites and you're looking for a way to create rounded corners on your boxes, navigation bars, etc here's a css rounded corner tutorial. Why Rounded Corners Using CSS? The more images we eliminate from our site designs, the faster our sites will load. Until css offered us the ability to create rounded corners we used individual images to create rounded boxes and buttons for our blogs. While some rounded corner css tutorials still use images* they only use one tiny corner image and they specify placement/rotation to make all four corners, filling the rest of the area