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It's been a long time coming...

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Hey guys, as many of you know I am a web developer with strengths in CSS and front end development. For the longest time I have wanted a quick swatch library of PNG's at various alpha levels to use within my site. Since CSS3 displayed RGBA with opacity I was excited at using it. Just now, almost 6 years later (according to the blog post date) I still can't use this without the need for backups as only the latest of browsers support this feature. So I created Swatch It to allow for you to have PNG swatches at 25, 50 and 75 percent transparencies. Also, it allows for over lap as the CSS files included also allow you to call the RGBA version for browsers that support it.

Download Swatch It from here

I hope it's useful, and please feel free to get me any edits that you may have or bugs that you find. Thanks!

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Crockeo Icon

26 January 2012 - 08:14 AM
I'm primarily a computer-side developer, but well done, I have a strong feeling this is going to help a lot of people!

gregwhitworth Icon

26 January 2012 - 04:30 PM
Thanks, I hope it's useful to other people - but I know it is useful for me.
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