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ie there will be problems(brownish theme)


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jufemaiz

Community Member, 2 Posts

15 January 2009 at 4:07pm

I can confirm that. Many enterprise are forced to continue with an IE6 legacy.

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Ultimate

Community Member, 18 Posts

2 February 2009 at 9:50am

Edited: 02/02/2009 9:52am

I've just built a site with alpha-transparent png's used as background images. There is indeed a way to let ie6 render those images by using a ms-specific instruction in your css-file.

something like that:

/* Adding alpha-transparency functionality to IE5.5+ */
* html div.contentheader {
background:none;
filter:progid:DXImageTransform.Microsoft.AlphaImageLoader(src='/themes/mytheme/images/background.png', sizingMethod='scale');
}

The sleazy thing about this solution ist that "filter" is not css-conform and any "normal" browser will give an error by reading the css-file. You also can't to input the path of your file relatively, you have to input it absolutely based on your htdocs-directory.

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