JQuery :: .hover Not Working In IE6 After Transparent .PNG Fix?
Mar 9, 2010
Here is the website I'm working on:DEMO For my navbar and footer I use jQuery to do a nice fade in and fade out:
var navbar = $('#navbar'),
navbarLinks = $(".navbarlink", navbar);
DD_belatedPNG It works but it messes up my jQuery so that:
1.) My splash screen image is not centered correctly
P.S. I have this website working on IE7/8, FF, Safari, Chrome, Opera and iPhone. I'm only having this problem with IE6 and I know that the .PNG hack is causing the problem.
i'm placing a png which has transparency over another image. while using browsershots.org to check css, in IE6 i notice the png being placed over another image, where it was supposed to be transparent it was grey. i remember reading about IE6 having png transparency problems so did a search, found and used this: [URL]
hmm, just before posting this i opened up the postcode image, which hasn't dissapeared and hasn't been made transparent, in photoshop and it is different from the other images; it hasn't got a specific restricted colour table like other png's (the other png's were made in photoshop by saving for web which saves them with a specific colour pallette). the postcode images is rgb 8 bit per channel. this image is-being/was generated by php's gd library, so presumably there's something i can do to make it have a more restricted colour pallette. assuming that is necessary, and i get that done ok, it will then dissapear like the other pngs i guess. so what do you reckon should i do to get the other png images not to be effected, and the postcode image to be transparent in iE6?
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I have a link to show this, but am unable to post it due to my new membership status. You can PM me for the link.
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