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[Solved] HTML Radio buttons

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Since yesterday my Chrome and Edge browsers do not display radio buttons, but Opera still does. Any ideas?


   
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That is interesting ... I assume you did the usual cache flush?

I have noticed that Opera freezes occasionally on my own website (here) when WPForo and Google Ads are combined - where Chrome, Brave, Safari and Edge do not freeze. There may be a version difference when it comes to the Chromium engine.

Do you have a test website or code?


   
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Not sure why but for some reason this pice of code in my css file created the havoc:

opacity: 0;

Ok I know 0 makes it fully transparent but why did it work?

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Ehm ... yeah this would make an element invisible indeed - works like this in Opera (just tried it).

Best guess why it was visibly in Chrome: caching of your CSS? Is you CSS in a separate file?
Just guessing. 

 

 


   
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This could revolve around the potential reasons for an element being visible in Chrome despite being invisible in Opera. One possible explanation is the caching of CSS files, especially if the CSS is not in a separate file. This could lead to differences in how the two browsers render the elements. Additionally, browser-specific bugs, such as Opera's known issue of allowing scrolling to content meant to be overflow:hidden, could also be a factor


   
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It seems like Chrome and Opera might be having a little "fashion show" disagreement when it comes to displaying elements! One reason for an element being visible in Chrome but invisible in Opera could be due to the browsers caching CSS files differently. Imagine Chrome saying, "I've seen that style before, no need to reload," while Opera is like, "I need to see the latest trends every time!" Additionally, Opera's quirk of allowing scrolling to content meant to be hidden could be like a sneaky peek behind the curtain that Chrome doesn't allow. So, it's like Chrome and Opera have their own unique styles and interpretations of the fashion rules of the web!


   
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