Parse Error Opacity=10
Geoffrey Sneddon Reply With Quote 08-11-2007,04:26 AM #10 felgall View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage Master Coder Join Date Sep 2005 Location Sydney, Australia Posts 9,249 Thanks 4 Thanked 932 Reply With Quote 08-12-2007,12:53 AM #13 Jutlander View Profile View Forum Posts Regular Coder Join Date Jun 2007 Location In my own sick little world :P Posts 425 Thanks 1 Thanked If I remember correctly, to get opacity to work in earlier versions of IE (including IE6), you may need to apply the long handed version as it requires rendering through the RyanReese 2009-02-21 05:54:38 UTC #13 Yea but getting IE6 to work is more manual labor then just typing in a few lines of code, which aren't really all that long. Source
It doesn't validate to the 2.1 level that the validator is probably running at.My advice: don't worry about it. Yes, it is good to have valid semantic code, however the time of having to use hacks and browser specific code is not over and if you are using them for Edit: Yes apparently I was right, though it will enable transparency in IE5x and IE for mac (which we dont really need to support anymore). Stop solving problems you donít yet have! http://stackoverflow.com/questions/4385771/css-opacity-error-in-w3c-validator
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Reply With Quote 08-12-2007,01:57 AM #14 MHaris View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage New Coder Join Date Jun 2007 Posts 60 Thanks 7 Thanked 0 Times in 0 Posts Why Wednesday, December 03, 2014 1:12 PM Reply | Quote All replies 0 Sign in to vote Hi, As the issue is specific withInternet Explore Develoment, you may contact Microsoft Internet Explore Last edited by Bill Posters; 08-09-2007 at 08:19 PM. You know why you get the error and that it doesn't harm anything.
line 381 - Parse Error [empty string] line 295 - Parse Error opacity=70) line 308 - attempt to find a semi-colon before the property name. Still with the rapid fall in people using IE instead of a standards compliant browser we probably wont have to worry about IE at all in a few years time. Originally Posted by felgall They could also introduce the hyphenated proprietary styles as alternatives to their invalid versions too for those people who want to use valid CSS but they haven't http://stackoverflow.com/questions/11867694/w3c-validator-error-parse-error-opacity-60 Archive Forgot password? | Register Remember Me?
filter: progid:DXImageTransform.Microsoft.Alpha(Opacity=40) (no quotes)
Works in IE5.5, IE6, IE7 and IE8 RC1