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Published on 2009-12-22T18:12:18Z Indexed on 2010/06/09 4:32 UTC
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I'm using CSS to indicate the trigger text for a jQuery slide-down section: i.e. when you hover over the trigger text the cursor changes to a pointer and the opacity of the trigger text is reduced to indicate that the text has a click action.
This works fine in Firefox and Chrome, but in IE8 the opacity doesn't change.
I've tried a variety of CSS settings without any success.
<h3 class="slidedownTrigger">This is the trigger text</h3>
What's stopping IE changing the opacity? Note: I've tried this on a variety of different elements, swapping round the order of the CSS statements, and just using the IE ones on their own. I've also tried using
but with no success.
I've run out of things to try to get opacity modification working in IE8.
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