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    supremeoverlord
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    PNG transparency
    Hi, I have a question. My wife tells me that all my transparent PNG's on my website aren't transparent when she views them in windows. I see them fine in mac IE but she can't, is there a way around this or do I have to have a certain setting in order for this to work? Any help is appreciated.

    The site is www.toonish.com/direconsequences.html
    thanks

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    There is a javascript file out there.. let me see if I can find it.. ok here it is:

    http://homepage.ntlworld.com/bobosola/index.htm

    Just follow those instructions and you'll be good to go It's what I use on all the sites that I work with.

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    supremeoverlord
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    thanks that was fast!

  4. #4
    mogwai
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    Quote Originally Posted by Murlyn
    There is a javascript file out there.. let me see if I can find it.. ok here it is:

    http://homepage.ntlworld.com/bobosola/index.htm

    Just follow those instructions and you'll be good to go It's what I use on all the sites that I work with.
    Thanks!!! i didn't know this could be solved!! at last!

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    And luckily Microsoft has woken up and will actually support PNG transparency in IE 7.0
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    guapomole
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    Quote Originally Posted by supremeoverlord
    Hi, I have a question. My wife tells me that all my transparent PNG's on my website aren't transparent when she views them in windows. I see them fine in mac IE but she can't, is there a way around this or do I have to have a certain setting in order for this to work? Any help is appreciated.

    The site is www.toonish.com/direconsequences.html
    thanks
    For those that might not be able to use javascript there is another option. You can use the following filter:

    filter:progidXImageTransform.Microsoft.AlphaImageLoader(enabled =true, sizingMethod=scale src="URL_OF_IMAGE")

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