CSS opacity not working in iOS

I was having a problem where adding a basic css opacity on an element wouldn’t work when viewing in iOS. Looked fine on desktop.

I didn’t come across a specific solution to my problem, but someone else had a similar thing when using opacity with transitions.

The solution

Try adding visibility: visible to the element.

.element {
    background-color: red;
    opacity: 0.6;
    visibility: visible;

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4 Responses to “CSS opacity not working in iOS”

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    Thanks, its working for me

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