Zoe M. Gillenwater wrote:
> Abyss Information wrote:
>> [snip - use of filter css]
>> is there a CSS hack for this?
> You haven't removed the background image, so it is working, but you're
> still seeing the background image with its gray background. You need to
> remove the background image and use the image in the filter instead. Of
> course, this means that you can no longer use the background related
> properties, like background-position, that you are using now.
> So yes, I suppose filter won't work in your particular situation, so
> you'll need to find another solution.
There are several tools that can patch up a png pretty decent so that it
shows up ok in IE. I now only use apha filters when the image has no
solid color background. For solid colors I use the technique described
Best is to optimize the images first using pngoptimize:
http://psydk.org/PngOptimizer.php. I know that Photoshop saves gamma
information in the image, which distorts the final output.
And since top left is the default position you _can_ use filters, I reckon.
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