The CSS3 standard introduces the opacity property for making elements opaque or transparent. Older browser also have support for opacity using various other properties and, in the case of Internet Explorer, filters. This post looks at how to achieve cross-browser, and backward compatible transparency.
- filter:alpha(opacity=75); /* for internet explorer */
- opacity: 0.75; /* CSS3 standard */
- -moz-opacity:0.75; /* for older gecko browsers */
- -khtml-opacity: 0.75; /* for older webkit browsers */
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