The first link you posted works great for me
There are several things you need to do:
- open up the htc file, and change the (transparency) image path to
an absolute path that points to where you have put your file
- create css rules that apply the htc file to images
My stylesheet is called style_ie_6.css, and contains:
.pngfix, .pngfix img
This will apply the png fix to anything with a class of pngfix
(including things with background images). I include my stylesheet in
my rails project like so (in the head of the master layout):
this is a great way to include css rules that apply only to IE6,
because it’s not a hack, and all other browsers see it as a comment.
let me know if this helps, but it has worked great for me, so it does
work with rails!
On Apr 15, 8:53 pm, Chris O. [email protected]