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    filter only for ie?

    Is there anyway to create a filter or gradient effect that will work on opera or any browser other than ie?

    I'm aware of this:

    <td width="1000" height="500" style="filter: progidXImageTransform.Microsoft.Gradient(startColorStr='#000000', endColorStr='#ffffff', gradientType='1')"> </td>

    which only works in IE. But, I'd like to do this in a way that will work in other browsers as well, and not just IE.
    Last edited by kellogs; Sep 11, 2004 at 12:42.

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    Hi,

    You can add opacity to moz but I don't think you can add any gradients yet.

    http://www.quirksmode.org/css/opacity.html

    (Both moz opacity and ie filters are proprietary code and will not valid. )

    The only cross browser way I can think of to have a background gradient would be by using a background gradient image and repeating it etc.

    Paul

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    I'm afraid that many filters like shadow or glow filters are only work with IE as they are IE specific.


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