Re: Proposal: background-image-opacity or background-opacity

On Jun 2, 2009, at 9:21 AM, Boris Zbarsky wrote:

> Mark wrote:
>> Now with the css 3 backgrounds module multiple backgrounds are going
>> to be supported. Webkit has support for it and Gecko is in the
>> progress of making it all work. Now with that module (once adapted by
>> the biggest rendering engines) you can give one element both his
>> normal image and his hover image which is exactly the way it should  
>> be
>> if you ask me. Now i see one issue comming there. If you want to fade
>> from the normal image to the hover image you currently (if i read the
>> spec right) can't do that because there is no way of letting either
>> one of those images disappear, no way to set the opacity per image.
> Seems like this could be dealt with by just having separate style  
> rules setting the two images and defining CSS transitions on  
> background image to do fade in/out, maybe....
> -Boris

Yes, I think that fade transitions would be good for a few other  
properties too (those that don't change layout), such as visibility,  
border-style (except for 'none'), content, list-style-image, border- 
image, etc.

Received on Tuesday, 2 June 2009 16:39:20 UTC