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I tried an exaple for opacity like this,

*************** *************** ***[html]
border:1px solid red;
position:absolu te;

filter:alpha(op acity=30);
border:1px solid blue;
position:relati ve;

<div class="opac">
<div id="header" style="">Header </div>
*************** *********

I am want to display the sub division like an header to the main div, but after applying the opacity for main div, the part which is out side the main div in sub div is disappearing. I am getting this problem in IE only. It is working fine in FireFox.

Could any one knows any solution regarding this, most welcome.
It will help me alot.
Thank you in advance.

Dec 14 '07 #1
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Apparently IE is having problems with its own 'filter'. I don't know what the problem is right now.

btw, there is no need to you -moz-opacity. Modern browsers work fine with the CSS property 'opacity'. Of course, IE doesn't.

EDIT: Perhaps this is due to IEs collapsing margins bug. I'll look into this later.
Dec 14 '07 #2

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