| a few days after I thought I had it working I noticed that with different browsers the png image seems to be slightly lighter or darker than the repeating background image. I have tried to make the logo image both lighter and darker but when it looks good in one it messes up the other. I can't seem to get it to look right with all browsers... so that I can use the one png image - SOOoo I'm back to square one. The only real good solution (well the only one that doesn't involve Microsoft actually FIXING their broken browser) is to somehow get transparent png-24 images to work in a similar fashion to my intro page... |
You can see an example of how it works by clicking my www link below - though this is not the site I need this logo working for, you can see what it is I am trying to do. The "Dragons of the Old Order and The Young Dragons" is actually a png-24 transparent image that uses a special method to work in IE.
Is there anyone out there that wouldn't mind taking a crack at it? so far I have tried all the solutions posted in this thread - none have succeeded.
To recap the question is:
How do I get transparent logo png-24 image that shows up at the top of my website (and preferably all other areas a png image could show up on my website) to work properly with both IE6 (I haven't been able to get my hands on IE7 beta) AND Firefox?
My problem is that my members (on y family website) are almost split 50/50 between firefox and IE - IE having a slight majority. I would really like it to look nice for everyone, not just half.
|Just use .GIF's to avoid the issue. At least all the browsers support them.|
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