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The ilter property to make the opacity work in IE
is below, but remember that it's going to show the
black corners.
#top p a.ico {
filter:alpha(opacity=40);
}
#top p a.ico:hover {
filter:alpha(opacity=100);
}
So, don't apply any IE specific hacks.
Go with a 100% opacity for IE8-7, regardless of
the icon states, either default or :hover.
Whenever you are coding for IE8 or 7, go for the
fallbacks, such as: solid colors whenever you have
a gradient background, no box shadow effect (e.g.
maybe replace with a border property ) and so on.
The work-arounds to make it pixel-perfect requires
a lot of time and can be performance drainers.
 
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