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I am using a layer based navigation system, incorporating images. On the rollover 'drop-down' menu system the images have a transparent background. However, when viewed in a browser you can see white where there should be transparency. I open the images in Photoshop and they show as transparent.
Has anyone had this problem before? If so, any hints on how to fix it? Or is it a problem with my images?
All help greatly appreciated.
I have put an example of this online, the address is in my profile.
The images have transparent backgrounds, and therefore there should be no white corners. Also, the layer background is set to transparent.
Does that make sense? :)
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