image doesn't support trancparency in IE6 - works in IE8

Posted on 2011-02-24
Last Modified: 2012-05-11
I am trying to use a .png image ( transparent background) as the background of the div.
Problem is that it works in IE8 but not in IE6
div#comment_wrapper {
here is the CSS and please find the attached image
width: 450px;
height: 260px;
margin-top: 150px;
margin-left: auto;
margin-right: auto;
padding: 0px;
It would be great if some one feed me the fix for it

Kind regards,
Question by:SameerMirza

Expert Comment

ID: 34971526
Hello, strictly speaking IE6 doesn't support transparency; however, you can use a utility from your CSS to provide this functionality.
Have a look at this:
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Expert Comment

ID: 34971531
Up until IE7, there has been no fully native support for PNG alpha channel transparency in Internet Explorer.

You will find an extended discussion here, along with some workarounds.

Author Comment

ID: 34978875
ok thanks
Does any one know  jquery corner plugin here?
I think that could be a solution, unfortunatly not sure how to apply that
have tried it already but dont know whats going wrong.
Can any one please help me out with it?

Kind regards.

Author Comment

ID: 34979183
Using jquery round corner plugin could be solution.
I tried it and it works ->

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