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Amerio
03-25-2007, 10:58 PM
Hello All
I have a problem
Im working on a website .. just made the demo today
checked errors and everything was ok no errors at all
I checked it a million times on my PC and there was no problem
I asked a friend to give me his Opinion but he told me that there was sth wrong
he was right .. he sent me a screen shot of the webpage i gave him and there was sth wrong , on my explorer it didnt appear
I figured out that when I view my website on Internet explorer 7.0 Or Firefox No problem with it at all
Viewing website on Internet explorer 6.0 the problem appears
I attacked 2 Pictures the 1st one viewed on IE 7 and the 2nd one viewed on IE 6 .. if u look closer u'll find a difference .. I really dont know how to solve this problem
the 1st Picture IE6.JPG a screen shot from IE 6 it shows some white frames around menu, header , left image etc.
the 2nd picture IE7.JPG a screen shot from IE 7 CLEARLY working without any errors
Any help will be Appreciated .. I really need to solve that problem as soon as possible

http://www.freewebs.com/sweidan/ie6.jpg

http://www.freewebs.com/sweidan/ie7.jpg

chriskq
03-26-2007, 02:16 AM
are you using Png images for those shadows? They should be gifs

i think thats where you problem may be

domedia
03-26-2007, 06:33 AM
And frames is not a layout tool. Use CSS for layout. Frames is a way of showing content from other websites on your website.

Amerio
03-26-2007, 11:15 AM
Ok
I made the design on Adobe Illustrator , Then I made slicing and saved it for web "HTML & IMAGES"
I set the Images as "JPEG HIGH" but It doesnt save it as JPEG Or GIF .. the only Option is PNG AND I used CSS for layout it didnt work

Amerio
03-26-2007, 01:53 PM
Hey Guys
ChrisKq was Right .. it was a problem with Images
I made a new slicing and saved them all as JPEG with High quality
and now On IE 6 & IE7 Its working fine
Thank you Chris for your help and thanx to domedia

Amerio

domedia
03-26-2007, 02:29 PM
IE6 does not have support for the alpha channel in PNG images