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    PNG problem with IE Browser

    Hi,

    I am using png image, problem is that png showing fine with all browsers except IE.

    IE browser is showing strange white patch behind image.

    Just go to this link, http://www.globtier.com

    You will see, there is white patch behind see our portfolio link under slogan "we know your time is money".

    It is coming only in IE browser.

    Let me know, if you have any way to fix this PNG problem for IE browser.

    Thanks
    Jits
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    Your page is not loading for me.

    IE does not support PNG transparency, while most other browsers do. This could be the cause of your problem.

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    I just visited the page and Internet Explorer 6's lack of support for variable PNG transparency seems to be the problem. The image works fine in Internet Explorer 7 RC1, which finally adds support PNG alpha transparency. The current solution is to either use a GIF or PNG-8 image for transparency, to use one of Microsoft's DirectX filters, or to refrain from using transparency at all. More information on this can be found at http://koivi.com/ie-png-transparency/.
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    PNG problem has been fixed

    Hi All,

    Thanks for your support.

    Problem has been fixed...

    Checkout link, globtier.com
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    You can use javascript as well but it adds like 1 second to load time and if the images are layered, they have a "shade" around and makes the bakc layer show different on the transparent part.

    Anyway, glad you ahve fixed it.


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