#1
so i have googled for a considerable amount of time and havent found anything.

I need to find a way to make the table background about 60% opaque on my bands myspace, but is there any way to accomplish this and still keep all embedded images 100% opaque?

thanks
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#2
http://w3schools.com/css/css_image_transparency.asp

I'm not sure if that's exactly what you're looking for, but it might help.

EDIT: You could try:

style="background-image:*imageurl*; opacity:0.X;"


in the tag of the table you want to make opaque, where X is the percent opacity.
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Last edited by Ajax413 at Sep 5, 2009,
#3
Quote by MattsRichardson
so i have googled for a considerable amount of time and havent found anything.

I need to find a way to make the table background about 60% opaque on my bands myspace, but is there any way to accomplish this and still keep all embedded images 100% opaque?

thanks

Use CSS.

Image Opacity

I don't know about the table background, unless you use an image for that too. Which would work but be really inefficient.

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#4
Just go to a make-your-own Myspace background kind of thing; I've seen options like that, but I can't remember on which one.
#5
well no, i mean i can get the opacity to work by itself for the tables...but if i have it on the tables it seems that i cant keep the images to refrain from also being 60% opaque
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#6
Quote by MattsRichardson
well no, i mean i can get the opacity to work by itself for the tables...but if i have it on the tables it seems that i cant keep the images to refrain from also being 60% opaque

Try wrapping the images in <div> or <span> tags. I'm not sure that'll work, but it's worth a try.

EDIT: Another thought, try wrapping the images with:

<span style="opacity:1.0;"></span>
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Call life; though unreal shapes be pictured there,
And it but mimic all we would believe
Last edited by Ajax413 at Sep 5, 2009,
#8
Maybe this was relevant five years ago, but computers don't use HTML anymore. It's a forgotten scripting language Kind of like Java. No one uses it anymore.
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