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Discussion change in opacity

edited March 2012 in Questions

Okay, so can someone help me out here. I've looked for the class but I cant seem to get it right. I want to get rid of the difference. Where it alters the opacity. I want them all just a color or gradient.

http://3.imgland.net/8ZzLq.png

Where it changes after the last post.

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  • rprrpr
    Answer ✓

    Looks like there's an 'alt' class:

    <li id="Comment_156076" class="Item Comment Alt">
    <li id="Comment_156079" class="Item Comment">
    <li id="Comment_156086" class="Item Comment Alt">
    <li id="Comment_156087" class="Item Comment">
    <li id="Comment_156088" class="Item Comment Alt">

    Easy to find using Browsers Firebug-Like Dev tools to track CSS Rules?

    amphios
  • hbfhbf wiki guy? MVP
    Answer ✓

    rpr said:
    Looks like there's an 'alt' class:

    <li id="Comment_156076" class="Item Comment Alt">
    <li id="Comment_156079" class="Item Comment">
    <li id="Comment_156086" class="Item Comment Alt">
    <li id="Comment_156087" class="Item Comment">
    <li id="Comment_156088" class="Item Comment Alt">

    Easy to find using Browsers Firebug-Like Dev tools to track CSS Rules?

    Yep thats it. Sorry for the short answer and no reply earlier, ive been working long hours and only have a few minutes at a time to stop by here.

    As noted, firebug and my favorite chrome - inspect element both woek wonders in trying to find what controls what. You can walk throught all of the elements and traverse the whole css structure interactively in chrome. Really quite briliant when trying to figure out where that pesky alternating formatting thing is.

    amphios

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