I’m reviewing Tristan’s fixes right now, and haven’t gotten to any
changes with the transparent gif’s. The CSS changes are solid and
looking good. Not sure where the transparent gif’s are, unless they
are in the views.
In the past I have used css specific code to use png’s on all
browsers and then switch them to gif’s for IE. I can change around
the styles to accommodate this. I don’t trust the IE transparency
hack, but I will check it out. I have only seen it work on a few
png’s per page.
I have also added a center class and modified the views appropriately
to be more standards compliant on the admin end. Right now the only
pages that are not compliant are all the forms which are missing the
“action” attribute. I may add this tomorrow. I’ll submit the changes
in the morning.
On Jun 7, 2006, at 9:20 PM, John W. Long wrote:
of PNGs. This may be the way we need to go, but I was kind of hoping
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