Hope it's alright to ask this question, here.
Is there a way to use a transparent image if the rgba transparency doesn’t work? I have a menu that I would like to have a transparent background such as background-color:rgba(0,38,100,0.8), but when that isn’t read by older browsers, to use a background image, instead. Would that even be possible? My client really likes the transparency, and is not sold on the solid as an alternative at all.
As IE7/8 are the only browsers that do not recognize rgba insert the background image code in an IECC -
<!--[if lte IE 8]> <style type="text/css"> Your css for IE7/8 would go here </style>
but I'm just getting the hang of css3 and how to get older browsers to work still.
Unfortunately IE8 will probably be around for a few years to come so knowing how to use IECC's is now essential, but the IECC code given should be the only one you need now, as one can just about forget IE6. Happy css3'ng.
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