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    Senior Member kade119's Avatar
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    ok i just checked in ie6 and my .png files are showing up w/ a blue tint around them.. how to fix this.. save as a .gif maybe?

    and next my menu .. is not aligned like it is in IE7 and FF..
    if anyone can help me fix these complications.. thanks
    i went thru alot of the css .. couldn't figure it out

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    You can save as a gif... But if you have a reason you NEED to use the PNG, then you can use this javascript - but if I remember correctly, it doesn't work for background images, just images placed with the <img> tag.
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    1. A link would help a lot!
    2. Remember that if you use the JS that raspberryh recommended, that JS can be turned off, thus your .png would display improperly.

    I say go with a transparent .gif.
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    thanks guys .. sorry about the link

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    I had a topic on PNG transparence in IE6 you should use php to fix it because it renders server side, and JS could be disabled.

    and if you could give us a test page, we might be able to help with the positioining

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    i restored most of them to .gifs.. the rendering of a .gif i dont think is quite as good as png but atleast it gives me a quick solution, but still having problems w/ the menu.. if you look at ie7 or ff and then look at ie6 you will see the misplacment.. not sure on how to fix that

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    Senior Member kade119's Avatar
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    so is it better to use .gif files for transparency or .png and use alphaimageloader?

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    It depends on what you need... If you can use a gif, then it is definitely better to go the simpler route and use a gif.
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