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I am using my own css hover effects for my images, but there is still an opacity applied to the image elements everytime I roll over them. Think it might be prettyphoto?
Can I disable this altogether?
Or can i use some css to stop it happening?
When I roll over an image the element style it gets is
The class that it is also reading from is
.lightbox_video, .lightbox_image, .image_overlay_effect, .image_overlay_effect_inside
You can use a css code to stop it from fading. Try adding this code in your Quick CSS or custom.css:
This way the opacity won’t be changed. Hope this helps. :)
Thanks, I actually set the display instead of opacity before…This worked, except the opacity value should be 0 and not 1
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