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opacity problems -- among others

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I have been working on a CSS page for a few days now. I have been
working on a layout, which can be seen at
http://jtarchie.spacecows.net/greenwood . The CSS is in the HTML
document. My problem is that opacity on my center text box is having
weird errors in multiple browsers. I am trying to have it so the
scroll bar and the text do not dispear with the white background. I
have set different div tags with different opacities, but it only
works in one browser - Netscape 7 and Internet Explorer. In FireFox
0.9.1 the scroll bar and text disapear with the white background. I am
aware the opacity is inherited by the children, but if you specify a
different opacity for the children shouldn't they except that? I am
currently using all properties of opacity for Moz, IE, and Safari -
could that be a problem?

One more thing is that the nav bar that I have created for this page
appears in the correct position in all Moz based browsers, but is
incorrect in all others - ie Internet Explorer. I have messed with
settings of top, etc... to no avail.

Thanks in advance for any insight you might be able to give this
problem. I have actually considered redoing this layout in
Dreamweaver... maybe it will yield better results for the CSS than
just hardcoding it in my favorite text editor.

Peace, Love, and CSS.
Jul 20 '05 #1
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