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I am working on a site and I need to apply a transpariency to the page. The design needs to have no background to the header and sidebar, but the .content area needs to be white with a slight transparency.
I have successful removed the background from the sidebar and header using the following rule:
filter:alpha(opacity=80); /* For IE8 and earlier */
I applied transparency to the .content area but I can see the css rule is also applying it to the content on the page as well.
How can I apply a css3 transparency to just the white area behind the content? Or do I have to use a PNG image to achieve this?
Thanks - Sebhttp://126.96.36.199/~active/gallery/
It seems you need to use a png image with opacity and report it as the background. I could not get anything else to work.
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