Well, good question.
Actually in this case I have the outer container div with the park
background, and then 3 separate floated div's, each using variable
opacity settings for their background colors. So there is no image
producing the transparency.
I'm still stumped trying to get the text inside the semi-transparent
divs to not also be transparent in firefox/mozilla, so I may have to
scrap this method. I need the transparency to also work with IE, so
semi-transparent PNG's are out unless I find a workaround.
I suppose I could potentially use a PNG (if I get it to work in IE)
that had the semi-trans blocks in the columns, and then
fully-transparent in the margins between the columns--all in one div
that then contained 3 divs for the text.
Tell me if I'm missing something and thanks for the help.
On Tue, 5 Apr 2005, Steve Clay wrote:
> Why can't you use faux columns again? I see an outer container div with
> the park picture as background, then an inner container with one image
> containing the 3 semi-transparent sections (can't do this with IE) as
> background, then, inside of both, the 3 columns so everything stretches.
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