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    Can css do fade or dissolve?


    Can css do what the Javascript menu is doing here.

    I'm talking about the dissolve of the submenu.
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    That effect that you see in IE5.5+/Win is IE only.

    CSS3 has the opacity property which is already supported by some browsers.
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    So the answer is no?
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    Only IE5.5+/Win and its derivatives like Maxthon support that dissolve filter, so yes the answer is no.
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