My customers will have a panel in their account, when they choose a table size,color then these settings (showing in css) are getting passed here,but how can I add my opacity code to the css .tabledesign? Because there is "$" I have no idea how to add my opacity code after it.
Thank you for your help, the code I have given is apparently working well for Myspace, about your.npg idea it is google but each of my customers will have at least 1 to 15 different tables with different settings in it, I rather apply this global setting on the already created codes, do you think it is possible to apply this code after the $blockbg? Because this $blockbg is the variable passing the colors for the table but they are only basic colors, if I could put this code next to it then thee colors will then become transparent.
lol sorry about the last post, I wrote "about your.npg idea it is google but each ", I meant good and not Google.....I was searching on google at the same time and I am quiet tired tonight......
I agree with your checkbox but first I would really like(I am new to coding) how to get this opacity code attached to my code, the code I have found is:
and my code is:
I have tried this(using the same variables but it does not work:
background-color:".$blockbg gray;filter:alpha(opacity=60); -moz-opacity:0.6; opacity: 0.6;border: 1px solid black;"