Tutorial :CSS - Do non-IE browsers support the “filter” attribute?


IE5.5+ has supported the CSS attribute "filter" where you convert a color image into grayscale using just CSS.

filter: progid:DXImageTransform.Microsoft.BasicImage(grayscale=1);  

Do other browsers support a similar CSS tag without using JavaScript?


You can check out: http://snipplr.com/view/2836/grayscale-img-with-css-crossbrowser/

I hope it helps. I would still recommend using server-side for image manipulation, or Photoshop.


No. Filters are tied to ActiveX.

One example of how to achieve greyscaling in other browsers, but it does use JavaScript.


No they do not. Realistically you shouldn't be using those in cross-browser web development unless it is to make IE work in ways the other browsers don't. The obvious example is PNG support.


I'm pretty sure Opera supports some of the MS stuff. Haven't been able to find out exactly what parts they do support.

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