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osigrandi says

Yes you are.

DDBelated doesn’t work by default on all DOM elements, you need to specify which classes it affects.

Try something like this:

< script src=”js/DD_belatedPNG_0.0.8a-min.js” >< /script >

< script type=”text/javascript” charset=”utf-8” >

DD_belatedPNG.fix(’.png_bg’);

< /script >

edit: sorry…the code seemed to have been jumbled. try now

.png_bg being the CSS class it will affect…so you need to either give your elements a class first, or try with their parent element’s class.

let me know how that works.

obviously you can use something else instead of png_bg

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webdesigndeluxe says
The best way to fix this,just dont support IE6 ;)

I have to support it (until October, but can’t wait that long) or TF will reject it right?

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webdesigndeluxe says
Yes you are.

DDBelated doesn’t work by default on all DOM elements, you need to specify which classes it affects.

Try something like this:

DD_belatedPNG.fix(’.png_bg’);

.png_bg being the CSS class it will affect…so you need to either give your elements a class first, or try with their parent element’s class.

let me know how that works.

obviously you can use something else instead of png_bg

(probably a stupid question) , but where would I throw that code in?

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osigrandi says
Yes you are.

DDBelated doesn’t work by default on all DOM elements, you need to specify which classes it affects.

Try something like this:

DD_belatedPNG.fix(’.png_bg’);

.png_bg being the CSS class it will affect…so you need to either give your elements a class first, or try with their parent element’s class.

let me know how that works.

obviously you can use something else instead of png_bg

(probably a stupid question) , but where would I throw that code in?

sorry…the script tags have been stripped as usual and i forgot this was going to happen…i added some spaces now ..check the previous post again

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webdesigndeluxe says

take a look now. still doing it :(

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osigrandi says
take a look now. still doing it :(

well, do you have js/DD_belatedPNG_0.0.8a-min.js ?

it’s pointing to this:

http://webdesigndeluxe.com/themeforest/clean-energy/js/DD_belatedPNG_0.0.8a-min.js

if you don’t use the minified version, simply replace with the name of your current ddbelatedpng script.

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settysantu says

use unit png fix its simple and easy if u need any help mail me from my profile page i can help u quickly

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chilly_orange says

Instead of going through all this trouble (and hair-pulling and desk-slapping ), why not let your site gracefully degrade for IE6 users?

I always takes approach: if something doesn’t fly in IE6 ; I just find the next best solution (who cares if it looks a bit less pretty in IE6 , the reviewers don’t mind, as long as your site renders ok in IE6 , it doesn’t have to look exactly the same as in real browsers).

You really need to consider the amount of time and energy you’re wasting by trying to support a browser that’s almost a decade old.

Good luck either way!

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webdesigndeluxe says
Instead of going through all this trouble (and hair-pulling and desk-slapping ), why not let your site gracefully degrade for IE6 users?

I always takes approach: if something doesn’t fly in IE6 ; I just find the next best solution (who cares if it looks a bit less pretty in IE6 , the reviewers don’t mind, as long as your site renders ok in IE6 , it doesn’t have to look exactly the same as in real browsers).

You really need to consider the amount of time and energy you’re wasting by trying to support a browser that’s almost a decade old.

Good luck either way!

Haha you’re exactly right :) Thanks for your kind words :)

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