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    Cupla things...

    Have a look at this site:
    www.thornworx.com/clients/smarter

    I'm having a couple of problemos which I can't seem to fix. So a little help if you don't mind!

    1) The top horizontal menu transparency.

    The CSS for the menu is:

    Code:
    .buttonbar {
      display          : block;
      -moz-opacity     : 0.75;
      font-family      : Arial, Helvetica, serif;
      width            : 100%;
      text-align       : center;
      filter           : Alpha(opacity=75, finishopacity=75, style=1);
      font-weight      : normal;
      text-decoration  : none;
    }
    In FF, the transparency effect works well. In IE, it does not. Can anyone suggest how to sort it out (or to at least generate an OK effect that isn't a white bg!).

    2) The left hand menu.. .the main links, i.e. "mainlevel" with the lightish grey background slip over on the table border on the right (but not left) in FF (but not IE). Can anyone suggest how to sort this out, so it looks like IE in FF?

    Cheers,
    Matt
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    For the half-transparency, I always use a 4px gif. top left, bottom right pixels the color you want, other two transparent. set it as a background image, and bam.

    IE won't support moz-opacity, as it is a Mozilla CSS extension, just like the scrollbar CSS extensions for IE.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeeBs
    For the half-transparency, I always use a 4px gif. top left, bottom right pixels the color you want, other two transparent. set it as a background image, and bam.

    IE won't support moz-opacity, as it is a Mozilla CSS extension, just like the scrollbar CSS extensions for IE.
    Thanks for the tip, but all that seemed to do was create a nasty checkerboard type effect... I seem to have sorted that problem out now. Just the #1 I'm still stuck on..
    Last edited by weirdbeardmt; Nov 15, 2004 at 04:20.
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