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grubforce
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Hi Everybody,

I’ve looked on the forum and found some old threads about this problem but not with a satisfying result.

The situation is as follows i’m creating a new theme that contains several png’s and the following javascript plugin scripts:

- coda slider
- easing pack
- hoverintent
- superfish
- jCarouselLite
- Smooth image slide
- fancy lightbox

Although the template works great in all the other browsers I can’t get it to work correctly in IE6 , I’ve used a couple of png fix scripts like. jquery.pngfix.js, unitpngfix.js, iepngfix.js and a couple more.

With iepngfix.js the site crashes in IE6 .

Please help me! ;-)

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Ivor
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I have the same problem, In fact I’ve replaced one image with a .jpg because of that. Set a conditional and use jpg just for IE6 if is possible.

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grubforce
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I have the same problem, In fact I’ve replaced one image with a .jpg because of that. Set a conditional and use jpg just for IE6 if is possible.

I know that’s an option, but there’s has to be another option…. right?

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fredwu
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Too many scripts manipulating a DOM object cannot be a good thing, I try to avoid that.

I use iepngfix 2.0 on many of the sites and most of the time they work. If not, I direct the users here: http://whichbrowserforme.org/ :-)

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franki
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This solution works best for me. It doesn’t have background image positioning/repeat issues (like others out there) and is very compact and easy to use.

http://www.dillerdesign.com/experiment/DD_belatedPNG/

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chack
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Take that IE6 User!

No serios, i always include that little script. Helps a lot (:

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grubforce
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Too many scripts manipulating a DOM object cannot be a good thing, I try to avoid that. I use iepngfix 2.0 on many of the sites and most of the time they work. If not, I direct the users here: http://whichbrowserforme.org/ :-)

Funny that envato’s on the bottom of this site but still see it as a standard for uploading theme’s.

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