Whitish background in IE8

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12/7/2009 1:35:18 PM
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Whitish background in IE8

I put some images in the wrapheader using following



<portal:SlidePanel id="spanel1" runat="server" CssClass="SlidePanelCSS" TransitionEffect="turnUp" PauseOnHover="true" NextSelector="false" BackColor="Transparent" >

<div><a href="/our-service.aspx"><img src="/data/MatasoftImage/FreeConsultation.gif" alt="" /></a></div>

<div><a href="/about-us.aspx"><img src="/data/MatasoftImage/fitthelastpiece.gif" alt=""/></a></div>

<div><a href="/contact-us.aspx"><img src="/data/MatasoftImage/ContactUsToday.gif" alt="" /></a></div>

</portal:SlidePanel>

everything works fine in firefox. However, it shows some whitish background in IE8. I have tried png files, there is no luck.

Anybody can help me with this? Thanks

12/8/2009 3:02:27 PM
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Re: Whitish background in IE8

I think we need a bit more info than what you are giving. Do you have this page live somewhere?

12/9/2009 1:20:18 AM
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Re: Whitish background in IE8

I guess my question is:

 a png or gif picture (actually just some text, I turn it into a picture)  show perfectly in firefox but it shows some whitish background in IE8. Is something related to truetype fonts?

Thanks

12/9/2009 7:47:50 AM
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Re: Whitish background in IE8

There have always been issues with IE and .png transparency, even in IE 8 which is supposed to support it people still encounter problems.

Hope it helps,

Joe

12/10/2009 9:47:49 AM
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Re: Whitish background in IE8

Hi,

I might be able to help you come up with some kind of work-around or actual fix for this problem if you can post a link to your site.

Thanks,
Joe

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