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  1. #1
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    I've been messing around in Photoshop to create a 1x1 semi-transparent image to use as a background on parts of my website. It has been successful to a degree. The transparency works in Firefox and Chrome, but fails miserably in IE, where the background is completely opaque. I think there's something I must not be doing right in PS. All I did was set the opacity on the layer to 30%. Should I be doing something more?

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    SOLVED!
    Adding a doctype tag in the source code somehow fixed it.

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    Im not having the same problem as you my transparency is working but I get a weird pixelated white halo around the edge of my image. Is there a property I forgot to tick or something when I exported my image?

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    Quote Originally Posted by danielM View Post
    Im not having the same problem as you my transparency is working but I get a weird pixelated white halo around the edge of my image. Is there a property I forgot to tick or something when I exported my image?
    I think it has something to do with making it 1x1. I heard IE has problems with that, so I made it 10x10 and it works great.


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