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Taken From The Forum: Help & Support for DHTML Menu Version 5+
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Last Updated: Saturday July 14 2012 - 06:07:30

Transparent menu w/ Firefox (opacity)

Poster: yipcanjo
Dated: Friday September 30 2005 - 23:56:58 BST

I've searched the forums for this, but have yet to find a definitive answer -- so here goes....

I would like to know if the transparency/opacity menu feature works with Firefox. If so, how do I enable that? If not, will it support that in the near future? Any way around it for now?

If you're wondering what I mean, well... I'm referring to how my menu (which is on the top of my page) cascades the menu over a banner graphic. In IE it has a slight transparency which allows the banner graphic to show through slightly. Very nice. In Firefox, however, the menu has a solid background and just covers the banner graphic. It is still absolutely functional, of course, but just doesn't look as nice.




Poster: kevin3442
Dated: Saturday October 1 2005 - 0:12:29 BST

Hi Scott,

The transparency you refer to is specific to IE (uses DirectX functionality). It has no effect in FireFox. Don't know if there are future plans to support transparency in FF.



Poster: yipcanjo
Dated: Saturday October 1 2005 - 0:20:46 BST

Got it.

Thanks! :)

Not true

Poster: chinaski2
Dated: Tuesday January 17 2006 - 19:22:51 GMT

You can easily apply a tranparency using the onclass and off class setting.
See this thread.