Cool Opacity Text Question

Discussion in 'HTML and CSS' started by nakloss, Apr 11, 2018.

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    nakloss

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    I am a novice and a student of web development at a university. I'm very inquisitive and really interested in knowing all the little cool tricks and figuring them out as I go along or find something interesting on a webpage.

    I recently visited an art portfolio here (http://www.baubauhaus.com/).

    I'm interested to know how they got the site logo to have that opacity so that the elements of the page are visible underneath it as they scroll up underneath the fixed navbar. I've tried this myself in various ways to no luck. I first thought it was an image with the opacity in the lettering. However, it's not. It's text sitting on a black navbar or black div that is 100% opacity.

    HOW DO YOU DO SOMETHING LIKE THIS?! I'm not even sure what to call this to research it further online to find out how to code it?! I'd love to know since I think it's so cool yet it's killing me!!!!

    PLEASE HELP! THANKS!
     
    nakloss, Apr 11, 2018
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