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style=""filter:alpha(opacity=30)""  type css directive in non ie browsers

Posted on 2011-09-02
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Is there some way to replicate the functionality that a:

 style=""filter:alpha(opacity=30)""

has in IE on all browsers? (e.g. safari, firefox, etc...) I'm working in a project that has images that show and depending on conditions will add this to teh <img> tag, but it only works on ie.
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Question by:Javier_Arroyo
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You should be able to just do:

opacity:0.3;
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LZ1, thanks, although that would then not work in ie, I applied as follows and it seems to work on all browsers now:

style="opacity:0.3;filter:alpha(opacity=30);"
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