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    Animated .gif: css blend filter

    Howdy,
    I have an animated gif on a gradient background. The gif has a transparent background... but the transparency agains the visible part of the image looks jagged. I noticed css has visual filters... is there any way to blend a white background or transparent background with css? Kind of like the "multiply" blend mode in photoshop.

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    PoJ

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    Make the main background color of the image the same as the background color of your site. You could use a png but it will be a lot of work to just get the background working in IE6 since it doesn't support alpha transparent pngs natively.
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