Have a question about this project? Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community.
By clicking “Sign up for GitHub”, you agree to our terms of service and
privacy statement. We’ll occasionally send you account related emails.
Already on GitHub?
to your account
In Safari on iOS 7, disabled input fields are transparent (opacity: 0.4). imho the bootstrap normalization should bring this in line with the other browsers and normalize this to "opacity: 1.0"
The text was updated successfully, but these errors were encountered:
Are you referring to Normalize.css? If so, open an issue with them.
I actually was referring to normalize.css. I didn't know that this is an external component. I've created an issue there.
Reopening, since the Normalize issue was closed as wontfix, to see if we want to normalize this at the Bootstrap level.
Doesn't the addition of opacity: 1; just reverse the previous declaration of .opacity(.65);?
Follow up to #11655: don't reset opacity on disabled buttons
Truth, we shouldn't reset the buttons. This whole problem sucks in general, so at least we've got it fixed up for form controls. Buttons shouldn't see much of an issue given my quick testing.
I checked that iOS7 Safari now... displays items with opacity: .65 correctly for inputs & buttons. This opacity is good for identifying disabled inputs.
Is the change to opacity: 1.0 still needed?
(less) Fix twbs#11655: Fix broken disabled states for iOS form contro…
…ls and buttons
(less) Follow up to twbs#11655: don't reset opacity on disabled buttons
iOS Safari "quirk" now documented in MDN as part of bs-css-hacks:
Successfully merging a pull request may close this issue.