asked    Bowen     2018-10-22       html       84 view        1 Answer

[SOLVED] New issue Chrome opacity 0 not clickable

Hi i have a new issue with chrome , for some reason i want to click on element (iframe) when the opacity is set to 0 ! It was working some days ago but not anymore on Chrome ? But still working good on safari ! Any alternative to hide an element but still click on it ?

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        answered    Bart     2018-10-22      

I found a fix : put opacity:0.0000000001 did the trick !

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