Ticket #5632 (closed bug: fixed)
Alpha filter name in upper case is not processed properly when setting opacity
|Reported by:||Peter de Backer||Owned by:|
|Keywords:||opacity Alpha alpha||Cc:|
the $(element).css('opacity', 20); or a fadeTo(..) operation doesn't work if an element style is using the following style definition (IE): style="filter:progid:DXImageTransform.Microsoft.Alpha(opacity='50')"
The problem is the string 'Alpha'. Replace it with 'alpha' and it works fine. I'm not sure what the offical MS specs are about this filter name, but the MS documentation is using 'Alpha' with a capital A.
The AjaxControlToolkit.Common.js is also using the upper case 'Alpha' to set tranparancy. This makes jQuery incompatible with the MS ASP AjaxControlToolkit.