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CSS Transparency for Firefox IE Safari and Opera

Transparency or CSS Opacity in Firefox, Internet Explorer (IE), Safari and Opera. In the following simple solution, I show you how to set Transparency or Opacity for an element and have it render correctly in all popular browsers. In order to acheive this, we need to use  four different CSS statements.  Each statement can be individually adjusted to fine tune the transparency results for different browsers.

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Make the WordPress search button appear after the search box

The following tutorial explains how to make the WordPress search button appear after the search box in your sidebar. If your like me, you'd probably rather have the search button next to the search box rather than under the search box. However, by default, the sidebar widget employs a break between the search form and search button. This is relatively easy to fix as I explain below.

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