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michellebracken on 08/18/11


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Cross-Browser Transparency


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Not all browsers currently support the CSS3 opacity property. However we can still make transparency work across browsers.

From the bottom up: opacity is the CSS standard and will work in current Webkit and Mozilla browsers as well as Opera

-moz-opacity is for older versions of Mozilla Browsers

-khtml-opacity is for older versions of Safari and any browser using the khtml rendering engine

filter:alpha(opacity=50) is for Internet Explorer
  1. 1 .element {
  2. 2 filter:alpha(opacity=50);
  3. 3 -moz-opacity:0.5;
  4. 4 -khtml-opacity: 0.5;
  5. 5 opacity: 0.5;
  6. 6 }

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