I had a revelation tonight. CSS coders who are old hands at this will probably laugh and say “Pffft! Girl! I knew THAT ages ago!”
Be that as it may….it IS possible to teach an old dog new tricks!
For transparency effects in CSS – I use the following tag:
(where increasing the number will lower or raise amount of transparency effect)
It’s a great effect that I use regularly. However – it never works in Mozilla. Ever. Ever. Ever.
The problem has been solved with this tiny line of code:
(where raising or lowering the number – it tops out at 1.0 – will raise or lower transparency effect)
Ok. Old news for some. New news for me. I feel like having a party. 🙂