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Hi, I've been having some trouble using transparent PNGs in IE. I know the browser doesn't support them, but there is a workaround using some crazy mircosoft filter thing (see this site and microsoft's explanation). This works pretty fine if you just need to display a single image, but I want a transparent PNG as a repeated background image in a <div>.
Wouldn't it be easier to set the transparent part of the image to the background color of the document and make it a jpg or conver it to a gif?
Anyway what is the trouble with using the spans?
Not positive why you might have problems but the following may help: You most likely need to add a space/character inside of the div/span elements...eg) <span> </span> OR <div> </div>
You may want to try adding --> style="display:block" to the span if they are all inline since span is an inline element.
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I'm using several div's at different z-indices, so i don't have a solid background colour. i don't know what the trouble with spans is, it would be much better than using div's, it's just that when I change the code from <div> to <span> it stops working. It also doesn't work if I change the div's style to display: inline. weird. BUT, when I added a inbetween the tags, it worked! So thanks a lot.