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Hi: I have seen in some pages that they use menus with and alpha transparency on the background, and some use the same also with animation... How can I set those on an html doent without using flash..? thanks..in advance!...

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    Default how to set alpha values for links menu kg..?

    Hi:

    I have seen in some pages that they use menus with and alpha transparency
    on the background, and some
    use the same also with animation... How can I set those on an html doent
    without using flash..?
    thanks..in advance!


    francisco Guest

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    Default Re: how to set alpha values for links menu kg..?

    On Thu, 7 Aug 2003 14:10:11 -0600, "francisco navarro"
    <net.mx> wrote:
     

    The transparency can be done with CSS in IE, NN6+ and Mozilla. Just
    set the filter property for IE and the -moz-opacity property for the
    Gecko based browsers:

    ..mystyle{
    filter: Alpha(opacity=60);
    -moz-opacity: .6;
    }

    In the filter property set Alpha(opacity=n) where n is a number
    corresponding to the percentage of opacity. In the -moz-opacity, use a
    decimal number where 1.0 is totally opaque and 0.0 is totally
    transparent.

    The animation is done with JavaScript.


    Gary
    Gary Guest

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    Default Re: how to set alpha values for links menu kg..?

    Gary White, Thank you very much..I just saw your responce and now I will try
    to have it done..thanks!

    "Gary White" <please> escribió en el mensaje
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    doent 
    >
    > The transparency can be done with CSS in IE, NN6+ and Mozilla. Just
    > set the filter property for IE and the -moz-opacity property for the
    > Gecko based browsers:
    >
    > .mystyle{
    > filter: Alpha(opacity=60);
    > -moz-opacity: .6;
    > }
    >
    > In the filter property set Alpha(opacity=n) where n is a number
    > corresponding to the percentage of opacity. In the -moz-opacity, use a
    > decimal number where 1.0 is totally opaque and 0.0 is totally
    > transparent.
    >
    > The animation is done with JavaScript.
    >
    >
    > Gary[/ref]


    francisco Guest

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