Hope somone can help with this. Basically I have a PNG image with a transparancy to sit over a gradient background, like this :
The little graphics next to campaign metrics are OK, but the main header image they sit in with the light blue gradient and hand graphic etc is not - the little areas around the curved corners should be transparent but are not (in IE6).
I assume this is because that is a background image for the <div> being referenced in the CSS, rather than dropped into the page directly.
So I guess my question is can this be overcome?
Or just not worry what IE 6 sees as long as your site content is accessible and usable.
Cheers for that.
I'm already using the fix for IE6 - it just doesn't seem to fix it for images in the CSS.
But reading that, I think the easiest solution will be to use an image without the rounded corners for IE6.