Try avoid png format images for you webpage. Use gif format images for
transperency. Using gif will solve this problem.
On 7/3/07, David Laakso [EMAIL-REMOVED]> wrote:
> Phil Turner wrote:
> >>> sorry everyone the site with the transparent images that dont work
> >>> in IE6 is here
> > any suggestions to make them work appreciated thanks
> >>> http://www.philturner-uk.com/index.html
> > Phil Turner
> I /guess/ most people who do that sort of thing may rely on "behavior"
> for IE6.0. Since I don't do that sort of thing (and it is off-topic), I
> can only suggest trying Google: png support in IE6.
> I don't want to rain on your parade, but the the difficulty of your
> page is not necessarily limited to that browser. The page, because of
> the width you've set on the wrapper, draws an enormous horizontal scroll
> bar in everything I've got from 800 through 1680. And since the content
> and images are not extending that width, one winds up with a wide empty
> gap on the right side. Deleting the height may help a little in
> preventing the content from overlapping and shooting the bottom. But the
> best advice I can give is to try designing for any window size with
> consideration for those who need to scale the fonts in mind.
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