[Clipart] Re: The PNG problem in Windows Internet Explorer

Jon Phillips jon at rejon.org
Sun Jan 23 15:05:31 PST 2005

Andy Burns wrote:
>  > Didn't somebody here post a method for using a PNG-related
>  > command-line tool, pngcrunch or something like that, to fix an PNG
>  > image so that it would display more correctly on IE, without changing
>  > its appearance for standards-conformant browsers and image editors?
> This is not server side, and doesn't tweak the .PNG file itself, but is 
> a client side javascript behaviour which is a fairly inobtrusive method 
> to make IE "behave" with .PNG alpha channels ...
> http://webfx.eae.net/dhtml/pngbehavior/pngbehavior.html

 From that website it says it only works on IE 5.5 and greater. Thus, I still 
think it better to convert images server-side to support more of the IEs.

Thanks for the suggestion thought.


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