Why do jet engines smoke? The problem is only one opacity. The eye will be tricked and it will look like it's semi-transparent. Welcome to CSS Creator, register to join our community. have a peek here
There are some important exceptions and things are not as straight forward as you may think. Its a tool to help you out, not something to restrict your creativity. share|improve this answer answered Jun 3 '15 at 22:35 Stephen Thomas 7,31621028 Nitpicking: A filter property is perfectly valid CSS 3. I found this and it works great! http://stackoverflow.com/questions/4385771/css-opacity-error-in-w3c-validator
Works in IE5.5 only
Both the longhand and shorthand versions of the -ms filter work as long as you you "quote" the properties correctly. What does the image on the back of the LotR discs represent? I need your help to get them logo. All Rights Reserved.
He is asking "Why W3C's jigsaw validation service doesn't accept this?" –connexo Jun 3 '15 at 22:37 add a comment| 2 Answers 2 active oldest votes up vote 2 down vote Yeah it's the IE-specific filters that are causing it, as they aren't valid (standard) CSS syntax. 8th March, 14:57 Post: #5 Xtracted Junior Member Posts: 47 Joined: Dec 2010 Reputation: 0 I know most of that stuff is Mozilla/IE/Webkit specific. I love google!