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> Sometimes when look at my site from different computers my fireworks image
> looks different. It sometimes has a colored background and when it was created
> in fireworks it has a transparent background. I am really frustrated as to why
> this is. Can anyone help me?
Links to examples would be helpful.
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Site is www.eworksofficeservices.com. I used a CSS template to create the page and sometimes I see a grey grid line in the middle of the content in the main cell. And the png image created in Fireworks (that is the logo) sometimes displays a grey background. Now I checked out the article listed in the response below but it states that the problem shouldn't exist if you use Fireworks to create the png. I also tried to use a jpg as the format to save it in but then I get a white background. Arghhhhh.
I had a similar problem, it is with browser compatibility, for me something works in IE and something in Firefox...
but for transparent background I use .gif images, it works FINE.
On Tue, 28 Aug 2007 07:17:31 +0400, Murphy37
> And the png image created in Fireworks (that is the logo) sometimes
> displays a grey background. Now I checked out the article listed in the
> response below but it states that the problem shouldn't exist if you use
> Fireworks to create the png.
There is the problem with PNG transparency and IE:
It is IE problem.
> I also tried to use a jpg as the format to save it
> in but then I get a white background.
JPEGs do not allow transparency, so forget about using JPEGs for such a
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Yes! I fixed it! Well at least the image problems. Now for the rest. Thank you very much to all of you who answered my pleas for help. I couldn't have done it without you.