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Old 09-23-2008
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Translucent DIV
<div style="opacity:0.7">Lorem ipsum...... </div>

This works in every other modern browsers other than IE. Since IE 7 or
IE 8 beta 2 don't support opacity, -ms-filter: 'Alpha(Opacity=70)';
filter: Alpha(Opacity=70); is the alternative. But still, MSDN says
layout(height) must be predetermined to use that, I can't get the
exact same result. The <div> above contains a paragraph whose height
can be adjusted in accordance with the browser's width.

Is it impossible to get traslucency for div whose height is not fixed
in IE?

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Old 09-23-2008
rob^_^
 

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Re: Translucent DIV
Hi Cat,

The scripting method described here
http://www.quirksmode.org/js/opacity.html seems to work in all versions and
browsers.

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"RealCat" <typingcat@gmail.com> wrote in message
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> <div style="opacity:0.7">Lorem ipsum...... </div>
>
> This works in every other modern browsers other than IE. Since IE 7 or
> IE 8 beta 2 don't support opacity, -ms-filter: 'Alpha(Opacity=70)';
> filter: Alpha(Opacity=70); is the alternative. But still, MSDN says
> layout(height) must be predetermined to use that, I can't get the
> exact same result. The <div> above contains a paragraph whose height
> can be adjusted in accordance with the browser's width.
>
> Is it impossible to get traslucency for div whose height is not fixed
> in IE?
>

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