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There is a BUG in Firefox when you use opacity at 100, so you need use 0.99, and no flicker
(28.12.2005, 21:11)

Tim Mesikepp:-
Hi Stu, and thanks for the great site! When I try to incorporate the opacity css in my site, IE comes up with security warnings. However, on this site and others using the same code, that doesn't occur. Do you know what I need to add so there isn't a security warning?
(03.01.2006, 16:06)

there's a way to do opacity in safari as well.
(20.01.2006, 23:20)

black sunshine:-
opacity works in Opera 9.0 TP2 =)
(29.03.2006, 23:33)

Yep, Opera 9 does support opacity.
(31.03.2006, 08:37)

dr. radiaki:-
thank you so much for the script, it's very well done!
my question has already been asked 2 times: the script runs very good when using firefox, but when using the internet explorer, there is a security advise.
the thing is, that this is not the case when using the ie on your page. so is there a special trick to eliminate the secruity advise? thanks
(24.05.2006, 16:38)

Nice layout. But i didnt find information for me that i try to find on your website. But thanks you in any way!
(17.06.2006, 09:05)

Hi! Your site appeared very useful to me. Excellent work, thanks.
(20.06.2006, 20:46)

the picture menu (/opacity/picturemenu.html) is not CSS valid (any more).

further I would like to compliment you with your site, good work!
(08.07.2006, 10:14)

Many of the questions asked in the comments are interesting. Is there a place to see your answers?

Here's my question(s) - I'm trying to use the opaque ment, but never do anything exactly as told. I want a vertical menu instead of horizontal. And, I want the text to show and the image to be opacity=0 on a:normal and a:visited, then the text to disappear and the image to be opacity=100 on a:hover and a:active. Whether I use a unordered list or just <p> tags, all of the text piles up on top each other and the images encircle the text like numbers on a clock. The on/off part appears to work fine. Suggestions?

And, what about the "invalid CSS comment?" Is it that the opacity codes have changed? (I haven't investigated yet. Maybe you have.)

(04.08.2006, 07:25)

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