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Google map circle not working in google Chrome border-radius overflow


brainiac080195
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I am making a google map in a circle shape in my footer. I was able to make it work for Mozilla and IE but I am having problems with Chrome. From the researcher I did, the problem is with border-radius not working for Chrome or overflow:hidden; Unfortunately I wasn't able to fix the problem.

Here is a link to a website, map is located in the footer.

WEBSITE

And here is my custom css for the map

.custommap{
border: 5px solid #fff;
overflow:hidden;
border-radius:999px;
-moz-border-radius:999px;
-webkit-border-radius:999px;
-o-border-radius:999px;
width: 18% !important;
height: 16em !important;
}

Here are also images of Mozzilla and Chrome in comparison

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Edited by brainiac080195
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The better way to do a circle; that will also work in chrome is to have equal height and width and us border-radius:50%. That works for all modern browser without any hyphen hacks like -moz or -webkit.

 

Also if you are using the hyphen hacks then the standards compliant version without the hyphen prefix should be listed last, otherwise it will never be used. by either browser.

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