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Chapter 9. Special Effects > Special Effects in Internet Explorer for Windows

Special Effects in Internet Explorer for Windows

In addition to the opacity filter presented earlier in this chapter, Internet Explorer for Windows has several other special effects that are unique to it. It’s important to remember that these effects won’t work in any other browsers, so you should avoid using them unless their absence will not interfere with visitors’ use of your Web site.

Adding effects filters (IE Windows only)

Blurring can make an element—text or graphic—look as though it’s moving by simulating the blurring caused by motion (Figure 9.33).


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