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    Bored One boredboi's Avatar
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    i heard of a css property called filter.alpha

    but i can't find it in the W3C recommendation list.

    is it css1 or css2?
    and is it supported by IE and netscape 4.7 or netscape 6??

    Please Help!!

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    Your Lord and Master, Foamy gold trophy Hierophant's Avatar
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    Filters are a proprietary attribute created by Microsoft. They haven't been accepted by the W3C and aren't supported in any browsers except IE4+.

    You can find more information about filters and transitions (another proprietary feature of IE) by looking at the Web Workshop on Microsoft's Development Site or in the MSDN library if you have Visual Studio 6 or Visual Interdev 6.

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    Bored One boredboi's Avatar
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    Thanks for the prompt reply. Is there an alternative for Netscape?

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    Flash

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