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Have you managed to do any work on the 2010 version?

Brandon Anderson

I find that I don't really need to wrap web parts in my own div since in 2010 each web part is defined by the table with class "s4-wpTopTable". 2007 was missing a defining CSS hook for web parts. If the reason you want to wrap your web parts is to get divs for rounded corners, please look at using the Curvy Corners jQuery plugin instead--it works well.

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