My current project utilises web parts. I've got them working fine however\nthey look a bit, well, naff. I'm a developer as opposed to a web designer\nbut im sure there must be something I can do to freshen them up. I had a\nlook at "my MSN Space" via MSN Messenger which uses web parts and they look\nso much cooler than mine. Ideally I would like my web parts to have rounded\ncorners on each title. Users would then be able to click & drag this web\npart title to different zones (just like with msn web space). This at first\nseems easy but now im not so sure. I cant for the life of me work out how\nMicrosoft have done it and would very much appreciate a few clues.\n\nTo summarise this is what I would like to achieve...\n\na_____________________b\n|_______Title__________|\n| |\n| |\n| Web Part Content Here |\n| |\n|____________________|\n\n\na and b are where I would like to include 2 graphics to round off the web\npart. Then the user can drag drop the web part to a different zone.\nThe trouble is I cannot use a table which encapsulates the web part because\nwhen the user drag drops the web part the table (and corner graphics) will\nstay where they are as opposed to moving with the web part.\n\nI have tried building the content of my web parts with nicely rounded\ncorners and placing in a web user control. However, this loses the desired\neffect as users have to\ndrag the default square title of the web part (as opposed to my title\ncontained within the content) to move the web part.\n\nHope I have explained what im trying to do adequately.\n\nAny advice would be most gratefully received!\n\nPaul.