Hi Mathieu, Actually, despite what one other list member said, JPEG does support transparency if you set it. However, I would not use JPG format in any case. It supports a high number of colors, but it is considered a "lossy" format, meaning it does not render solid-colored spaces accurately; rather, it introduces subtle but noticeable variations.
If you are doing graphics with a very limited number of colors, GIF would be OK. But, by far, my preference is for PNG (Portable Networking Graphics) format. It supports the high number of colors like JPG, but it is not lossy. It also supports transparency, though I believe older browsers might not render transparency correctly with this format. In any case, the answer to your problem is to make sure you are working with a graphics program that supports transparency for a selected (usually background) color. If you need more help/information, please feel free to contact me offline if you want. HTH, Chuck Beck Sr. Technical Writer | Infor | Office: 614.523.7302 | Charles.Beck at infor.com -----Original Message----- Subject: Background with JPEG Hi all, when you import jpeg images (pictures of spare parts), is it possible not to have a white or greyish square background appear ? Do you import in another format or is there a trick to have the background disappear ? Thank you all, Mathieu.