Is there a better way to do this in CSS ?
Ok heres what I am trying to do: I want an image to turn from not so bright (somewhat greyish) to its original color on a mouseover. Basically I am trying to change an image’s opacity. The problem with the method i am using right now is that It does validate (since I am using moz-opacity and microsoft.apha) and works in IE and FF only. So is there a better way to do this (hopefully using just one image) so that the CSS will validate ? Also could you point me to some good CSS forums?
heres my current CSS:
border: 4px solid #59A5D1;
border: 4px solid #FF5D38;
And the html looks like this:
<a href=”#” class=“highlightit”><img src=“one.jpg”></a>
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