__/ [John Salerno] on Sunday 05 February 2006 08:19 \__
> question is about the image itself. It looks fine in Firefox and Opera,
> but in IE it has a gray background. The image itself has a transparent
> background, so I have no idea where the gray comes from.
Internet explorer does not handle high bit-level (32 bits?) transparencies.
This affects alpha blending rather badly. The solution is often to embed the
object in background with the same colour as that which IE renders the
transparency part. The other solution is to persuade everybody to upgrade to
good Web browser, thereby allowing the IE deficiency take it toll rather
than be worked around. The issue should have been addressed in the
development of IE7.
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