Ben FrantzDale wrote:
> You should be able to save as png which is readable by newer browsers.
You might want to define newer browsers. Navigator 4.7 does not suport
> only other way would be to use a 256 color gif (255+transparency). You could
> try to use a jpg and get pixel perfect alignment with the background to give
> the illusion of tranparency but that will not work as well as it might
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: John S. Coxen <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> To: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> Sent: Sunday, March 26, 2000 4:13 PM
> Subject: Web logo problem - transparency/gradiant
> > I'm trying to design a webpage logo - for my own page, nothing
> professional. I
> > know exactly what I want it to look like but I can't seem to get there
> > here.
> > What I want to do is have a webpage background that is a gradient from
> light to
> > dark (running from left to right). On top of that, I want to put the
> > name, bump mapped, beveled and drop shadowed (I can do without the last,
> > necessary) and having a gradient that runs from dark to light. What I
> want to
> > end up with is dark text on light background transitioning into light text
> > dark background.
> > I can get the webpage background gradiant (very easy) and the logo on a
> > transparent background (not quite as easy but I figured it out). What I
> > do is put the two together. If I save the logo in a www-able format, I
> > lose the transparency (.jpg) or the color depth (.gif).
> > Can anyone help me? Preferably using words of 1 syllable or less -
> > newbie level instructions required.
> > Thanks,
> > John
> > --
> > Do not meddle in the affairs of Systems Administrators for they are subtle
> and quick to anger.
Until later: Geoffrey [EMAIL PROTECTED]
I'm afraid there will be more problems with W2K than there were with