I use this for the Webkit based browsers, when I want to have a transparent gradient:
Ok, What to do for the IE?
filter: progid:DXImageTransform.Microsoft.gradient(GradientType=0,startColorstr='#886287a7', endColorstr='#ffffff');
That will just make a simple gradient. I want to have a gradient with transparent colors. You can see my comment below that post!
It looks it’s not possible to have a transparent gradient in IE… is it?
I don’t think so. The #886287a7 color code is an ARGB color format: http://beijingyoung.com/articles/rgba-argb-converter/
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