Just curious. I have an e-commerce site that it pretty much preconfigured, although I have the ability to edit the layout and style sheets. The web graphcis apparently are either .gif or .jpg images that have a thin rim of white around the border. When the background is white they display fine. I am interested in changing the background so that the site otherwise looks more appealing, but if I do so the white border is opaque and obscures the underlying background.
Short of editing the actual web graphics themselves, is there a way to change the background (I was going to go for a marble appearance that is off white to a light lavender color) without having the white graphic border obscure the background. Is there a way to do some image processing on the fly or otherwise minimize an ugly display layout? Is it best to just stick with the white background?