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July 7, 2003, 9:58 pm
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Re: Backgrund image.
Well, with CSS 3, you could overlay a white backgrounded semi-opaque DIV
over the entire page. This would only work in Gecko so far.
If you're sticking to CSS 2, you could create a white PNG with 50%
transparency (alpha channel) and set that as the background of a similar
DIV layed over the entire page. This would work in Gecko and Opera 6+.
With CSS 2 + MS Extensions, you could force IE 5.5+ to obey the alpha
channel. This would work in IE/Win 5.5+, Gecko and Opera 6+.
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