One of the more popular methods is the SuperSleight method. http://stommepoes.nl/furnimg/panda.png gives me good see-through in my copies of IE (except 6) system 2011-04-29 08:53:35 UTC #5 I would suggest axing ALL the transparency as "non-viable web design" -- the largest Making it validate This is not valid CSS, and it may cause problems in IE 7. In my case, I was animating the opacity with jQuery.
I tried a plethora of methods, including: utilities like pngcrush to remove all chunks but transparency creating png8 with alpha transparency format using Fireworks as noted in this article: PNG8 – How do I deal with my current employer not respecting my decision to leave? Where's my grunge band garage-shirt? The fonts are Source Sans Pro and Source Code Pro. his explanation
Might be pretty, but it's an extra step of "nothing" that just annoys users. As if that weren't enough, your third comment then goes so far as to reprimand me for my decision not to support IE6? and right now it's all showing up with the black edges. Either phinole does what the client wants, or someone else does what the client wants.
A lot of seemingly unnecessary markup I throw into code is usually based on testing while I'm developing. And now you have the audacity to act like you actually understood the reason for the unstyled pages the whole time? However, at times it pays to take on additional risk exposures that may create unrealized losses in the near-term. Caniuse In this case, I really think using opacity with webfonts would be better than trying to use images.
As-is, this CSS expression is very resource-intensive, so.. Internet Explorer 11 Png The Alpha appearance is easy enough to fake. Let me know if you need additional help with this. More hints Log In PNG rendering problems with IE8 Get Started phinole 2011-04-27 01:34:43 UTC #1 Hello, I've searched extensively for a solution to this problem, including on the sitepoint forums.
that one looks pretty close to this weird font she's got. I am looking for a fix to implement on our WordPress Themes to be released on CSSJockey.com not for my own website. However this fixes the IE7 and IE8 PNG-transparency-plus-opacity bug. */ background-color: #FFFFFF; filter: alpha(opacity=40); -moz-opacity: 0.4; -khtml-opacity: 0.4; opacity: 0.4; background-image: ...; share|improve this answer answered May 17 '12 at 20:47 I can't figure out any other possible explanation.
Automatic sizing method -- detects background images set to no-repeat and sets the scaleMode to crop rather than scale. If you look at the top of the screenshot you posted and read the large red text, it clearly explains why Perishable Press looks "plain" in Internet Explorer 6. Good call. @dornedain, all of these links will help you with your PNG IE issues :-). Here's what I'm talking about... Ie Png Fix
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It is Black Cypress' goal to preserve capital and to compound investor assets Though you are correct, when the client wants to shoot themselves in the foot, you're often stuck if they won't listen to reason. Besides, IE8 was when Microsoft decided the Right Thing To Do would be to use -ms prefix like the other browsers do. utilities like pngcrush to remove all chunks but transparency I use PNGcrush to help stop Firefox and Safari from destroying my colours (and usually reducing image size, yay), but not using
asked 4 years ago viewed 22323 times active 3 years ago Blog Stack Overflow Podcast #94 - We Don't Care If Bret Is Famous Stack Overflow Job Search: Better, Faster, Stronger What are you trying to do? I think you'll probably find that the problem with IE was as I stated above and is a known problem in that you cannot mix the alpha image loader with the http://www.jacklmoore.com/notes/ie-transparency-problems/ He offers a fix that applies a transparent gradient to the background of the opacity shifted images and it seems to work (though I'm using elements due to IE8 not
I am really surprised and impressed that you took the time to create a solution on your own. Voila! –Diego Sep 19 '13 at 23:46 | show 6 more comments up vote 9 down vote I put this into a jQuery plugin to make it more modular (you supply Include an IE-specific stylesheet via conditional comments: 2. PNG format compresses images in a similar way to GIF, but images can have up to 280 thousand billion unique colours (normally, a maximum of 16 million colours are used).
The AlphaImageLoader filter displays an image between the background and the content. Why didn't "spiel" get an "sh"?