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Problems with Popup window and shadow.

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Thank you for looking at my post.
I have created a popup that simulates a window. I have 3 div tags that I create, first div is a title, the second div appends the first div and a textnode, and then the third div appends the second div with an offset. This results in a popup window.

I have added a fade in to the functions which work great in Firefox. I run into a problem when I add support for IE - the = 'alpha(opacity=X)'.

If I add the filter to the second div I can fade in the window but the shadow is allways visible (not too noticable but still an eye sore).

If I add the filter to the third window, like it should be, the fade in works on the entire group of div elements, but the first and second nodes are clipped to the size of the third node.

My main question is why adding the filter to the DIV will cause the DIV to clip any element added outside of the DIV border.

This code not matter how I write it works perfect in Firefox, only IE is giving me an issue.

I have implemented code to use transform for IE so there is no real problem, I just want to get an idea on why the clipping is happening once the filter alpha= is added.

Jun 12 '07 #1
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Welcome to TSDN!

IE has problems with filters if the element does not have layout. See link.
Jun 13 '07 #2

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Welcome to TSDN!

IE has problems with filters if the element does not have layout. See link.
I read the link, and now I am more confused. The page indicated that this is a Read Only property, which indicates it cannot change.

What would be the best method to create a shadow affect with the style's opacity set?

Do I just need to append the two DIV elements separately, which I am now trying and getting no where fast.
Jun 27 '07 #3

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The property itself is read-only, but if you read further on, it does say that setting a CSS property to a certain value can cause the element to have layout.
Jun 28 '07 #4

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