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February 19, 2010 at 11:17 am #28076
I have tried to find out what the "indexed PNG" is and how can I get one with photoshop cs3 or cs4, witthout luck. Know how to save a "normal" png, but don´t get how to get other options.
Any help? 8-)February 19, 2010 at 1:13 pm #71207tafkanatorParticipant"Robskiwarrior" wrote:Quote:…I also then like to optimise the image in fireworks…
As you mentioned that Photoshop does not do as good work as fireworks do. Fireworks compresses images better. So for same quality you get smaller image size. There was a tp in tv.adobe.com i saw while ago. So some habbits are good ones. :)February 24, 2010 at 2:58 pm #71516
Hmm.. How do I do a indexed png i photoshop cs3/4?February 25, 2010 at 3:22 am #71542
Yeah, and I know there is ways to do it, just in PS, but haven´t got any help yet how to do it. :)
Tried to google without luck.April 5, 2010 at 8:22 am #73450
Okey, I do understand what you said (many times :oops: ) and I perhaps don´t describe my problem so good. It is in IE6 that the background is still white (even though I have hided the background layer). Googled around and some where I saw that people save the image in png-8 (save for web). After try doing that, my picture became totally wrong (outlook). Now I wondering if you could explain more about differences between png-24 och png-8 and where I perhaps doing something wrong…? :roll:April 5, 2010 at 10:12 am #73535Rob MacKayParticipant
No – you are doing everything right. IE6 does not support transparent PNGs, you need to use a fix.
The one I use is http://code.google.com/p/ie7-js/ this one does not support positional background images though, although there are others out there – I am sure people can recommend. :)April 5, 2010 at 1:12 pm #73497
Isn´t it possible to do it somehow in an "imageprogramme" (ps, gimp,etc)?
I have got the impression that IE fix is not necessary, just some more work with an "imageprogramme"?
What do you mean by "positional background images" (position:relative or absolute?)?April 6, 2010 at 5:48 am #73553Rob MacKayParticipant
background-position: is a property in CSS that places the background image inside the element to where you need it to be. If you do not want it to repeat for example, but you want it in a specific place… It’s kind of like position as in you use top/left positioning within it.
Have a look here for more info and examples: http://w3schools.com/css/tryit.asp?file … e_position
As for the image transparency – no. IE6 wont support alpha transparent PNGs. You either need to use the fix or create a GIF alternative. Personally I would use the fix. :)April 7, 2010 at 8:22 pm #73657diablero13Member
IMHO the best solution for IE6 PNG translucency is http://www.dillerdesign.com/experiment/DD_belatedPNG/
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