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    Question CSS filters guide?

    Hey

    I've looked and looked! Where can I find something about how the Filter's in CSS is working?

    It would be great if there was some examples to look at.. The book I have displays what I can use, but not quite HOW.. I need something about the different parameters and so on...

    Thx...

    NGin

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    Take a look here: http://www.w3schools.com/dhtml/dhtml_css.asp under filters


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    i'm not real sure what you're looking for but try this:
    http://www.w3schools.com/dhtml/dhtml_css.asp

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    Unhappy Hmm not quite

    I've saw this page before my request, but it does'nt help so much.
    What I'm looking for is if you want to use the Alpha filter you can use:

    filter:Alpha(Opacity=100, FinishOpacity=0, Style=2, StartX=20, StartY=40, FinishX=0, FinishY=0)

    This one I've found information about. As you can see it explains all the possible parameters which can be used (more or less).. If I want to use the light filter, then I don't know which parameters to use...

    But ok, maybe I've found a page which describe this. Try and look here

    Thx anyway....

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    Bearing in mind that all of that is Windows/IE proprietary, you'd be better of using the MS filter syntax - it's way more flexible.

    http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/de.../reference.asp


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