Hi folks,

Just noting that IE6 doesn't support the alpha channel automatically,
although it can be told to.  If you search for "internet explorer png
alpha" you'll find ways to deal with it.  This is one such page:
http://24ways.org/2007/supersleight-transparent-png-in-ie6

FWIW,
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T.J. Crowder
tj / crowder software / com

On Nov 1, 11:47 am, Baglan <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> PNG's have what's called 'alpha transparency' - that is, you can make
> parts of an image, say, %50 transparent (unlike GIF's which have
> 'binary' transparency - pixels in them can be either some color or
> completely transparent). This feature allows for visually smooth edges
> (unlike jagged ones in GIF's).
>
> Majority of modern graphic editors (Photoshop, Fireworks etc.) let you
> produce such PNG's.
>
> - Baglan
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