That was the problem - I had it in .jpg.
Changed it to .png and it works (firefox, seamonkey).
Thanks for the hint.
On 10/19/07, Patrick Shanahan <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
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> * Helen <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> [10-19-07 12:34]:
> > I created a logo for a web page.
> > I did it by opening a new file, transparent background. typing the
> > running the Script-Fu alpha to logo, Basic I.
> > But it does not come out with a transparent background.
> > I've tried various adjustments, such as copy visible, paste to new
> > file with transparent background. It looks transparent in GIMP, but
> > on the webpage it is not transparent.
> > Any ideas how I can get my logo to lose it's unwanted background?
> What format did you save the logo and what browser are you trying to
> display with?
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