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what are effect are you trying to achieve? transparency? You can use opacity or images for that; you don't need param. That's for FLASH, if I'm correct, or other elements of the nature <object>, however it is especially not recommended for images.http://www.w3schools.com/tags/tag_object.asp

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what are effect are you trying to achieve? transparency? You can use opacity or images for that; you don't need param. That's for FLASH, if I'm correct, or other elements of the nature <object>, however it is especially not recommended for images.http://www.w3schools.com/tags/tag_object.asp
I put the site live for a couple of days to let a few people see it and give me comments. I went on to the site via my work computer using internet explorer 7 (i think) and all of my images although they are a non interlaced .png was showing with a grey background. So I thought that by using the wmode and value properties within the div would solve this.Or do I need to do something completely different?
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IE6 can't render alpha transparency on PNGs correctly - you have to use the MS-CSS filter property. There are some JS solutions that will do it for you, however: http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=IE6+transparency.

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