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IE6 and PNGs, my website needs help!

Discussion in 'Resource center' started by BluRay, Nov 6, 2007.

  1. BluRay

    BluRay Regular member

    Jun 14, 2006
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    Hello everyone.

    I recently got myself a website, and on it there is a logo, which is in PNG and it has a fully transparent backgroud. This works well with all browsers except IE5.5+ until IE7 which it works with.

    I need help I do not want to use a GIF logo, I like PNG, and the background has to be transparent, therefor can someone help me by posting a script, that allows the website to NOT load the image, when IE6 is detected, or can somebody tell me how enable support on IE6, etc. Thanks.

    I would prefer a script that lets me NOT load the image (trans. PNG) when IE6 is detected.

    Thanks. All thanks in advance.

    Appreciated. Thanks.

  2. varnull

    varnull Guest




    Very hopeful, no? Try this. http://del.icio.us/url/94943633d0b66f1d67746057394c1176

    ie6 has many faults. Try looking at the browser specific tweaks. MS have lots of pages about ie6 incompatibilities, but it is their fault the browser doesn't follow accepted display standards. Without knowing a lot more about how your pages are set up it's not possible to guess .

    you can ask here where professional webmasters hang out http://www.ozzu.com/forum15.html
    they will know exactly what to do.
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