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When viewed on my website with firefox, the logo has a white background as it should (since behind the logo is white). However when I view it in internet explorer, the background of the logo is grey.
Any idea how to correct that?
If you look up IE6 alpha transparency filter you should find a the fix.
[edited by: limbo at 10:44 am (utc) on Dec. 15, 2008]
It seems gif's have 'transparency' on or off. png's can have transparency gradients or non-on/off values. And IE 5 and 6 can't handle that.
The only solution appears to be through CSS or JS and are real hacks. Like, non traditional css attributes, stuff like that.
Ultimately, while I figured I was doing the right thing using png files, the end result is that the solution was to use a gif of the logo file.