Re: [WSG] Safari background image problem with transparent PNGs

2009-03-31 Thread Christian Montoya
Would someone please post a solution to this problem in Safari's rendering rather than criticizing the example posted or insisting on an alternate route? For f***'s sakes already. Regards not accepted, -- Christian Montoya mappdev.com :: christianmontoya.net

Re: [WSG] Safari background image problem with transparent PNGs

2009-03-31 Thread Chris F.A. Johnson
On Tue, 31 Mar 2009, Christian Montoya wrote: Would someone please post a solution to this problem in Safari's rendering rather than criticizing the example posted or insisting on an alternate route? For f***'s sakes already. The alternate route *is* the solution. -- Chris F.A. Johnson,

Re: [WSG] Safari background image problem with transparent PNGs

2009-03-31 Thread Nathan de Vries
On 30/03/2009, at 5:46 PM, Christian Montoya wrote: Any ideas? Not really helpful, but the example works fine in Safari 4. Could mean this is a bug specific to Safari 3. Cheers, Nathan de Vries *** List Guidelines:

[WSG] Safari background image problem with transparent PNGs

2009-03-30 Thread Christian Montoya
I am running Safari 3.2.1 on Mac OSX Leopard. I am working on the following page: http://blueprintcss.org/index2.html and I have noticed that when the page loads, the background image is tiled a second time behind the images in the header, creating a noticeable shift. I have posted a screenshot

Re: [WSG] Safari background image problem with transparent PNGs

2009-03-30 Thread Chris F.A. Johnson
On Mon, 30 Mar 2009, Christian Montoya wrote: I am running Safari 3.2.1 on Mac OSX Leopard. I am working on the following page: http://blueprintcss.org/index2.html and I have noticed that when the page loads, the background image is tiled a second time behind the images in the header,

Re: [WSG] Safari background image problem with transparent PNGs

2009-03-30 Thread Luke Hoggett
Hi From the screen shot why even have the grid on the desk back ground image. Also surely you can structure you markup differently so that you don't have the empty divs used for presentation. e.g #main_content .container could have the background that is currently on the #main_prefix, and