Do a search for "IE7" on google... it's a CSS file that can be
included in a web page which fixes a bunch of stupid rendering bugs in
IE, including, as I understand anyway, transparant PNGs.



On Wed, 4 Aug 2004 09:13:04 -0400, Neil Watson <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I know that IE has issues with transparent PNG files.  I have noticed that it is
> somewhat random.  Some files display correctly while others don't.  Is
> there some type of method or work around that will create a transparent
> PNG file that IE will display correctly?
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