Use opacity to change the transparency level of elements to create unique visual effects.

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Changing the opacity of an element affects the transparency level of this element and all its children.

Learn more about opacity and other effects.

Opacity can also be changed for a color of a specific style property, like a background color or border color. This is useful if you want to apply transparency to a specific style property without affecting its children elements.

Setting hover effects

You can use the opacity property to create hover effects:

  1. Select Hover from the states menu
  2. Set an Opacity value in the Effects section of the Styles panel.
  3. Go back to the None state
  4. Add a Transition to smooth out the effect

Learn more about applying states and transitions on elements.