I'm sorry what is the address for the off-topic list? I am still
baffled by this what I didn't expect would occur.
On 10/19/08, Gunlaug Sørtun [EMAIL-REMOVED]> wrote:
> Majestic wrote:
> > I'm having a rare instance whereas IE is not showing the attribute for a
> ALT tag anyone know the solution?
> To clarify this case a bit for all responders:
> The case was presented to me - with link - hours before it ended up here
> on [css-d]. I couldn't solve it, but I've seen it before (somewhere, a
> long time ago) so I suggested the Original Poster should google for such
> Facts about the "missing alt-attribute" in _this_ case:
> - It is *not* the 'alt-attribute' that's missing in IE - it's the
> *entire* image that is *not* visible.
> - Even the image's place-holder is missing in IE, so if one set a
> background-color on the image-element not even that color shows up in IE.
> - The image has a '.png' extension. Changing that extension to
> *anything* else, makes the image appear as it should in IE - with
> alt-attribute and all. (Rings a bell..?)
> - All versions from IE7 and backwards treat the image in question the
> same way - wrong. Don't know about IE8 betas.
> The case is definitely "OffTopic" on [css-d] - not CSS related at all,
> so I will also suggest the Original Poster presents it on one of the
> more appropriate places...
> ...where someone may have a clue and be able to respond.
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