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Couldn't find just the 'right' forum to put this, so maybe the mods will move it accordingly (TIA).I am trying to figure out how to create a semi-transparent image that can be placed (via css) on the browser window. Placing it is no problem, but I need a 'burgundy fog', ie: about 60% transparent to the items behind it.The only tool I have for making this is PSP, so would greatly appreciate a breif 'lecture' in the basic steps. :) Thanks for your time,Martyn

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Well, I can tell you one thing, that IE doesn't support PNG's with alpha-transparency. You can use CSS-transparency though, that should work for the major browsers now.

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Well, I can tell you one thing, that IE doesn't support PNG's with alpha-transparency. You can use CSS-transparency though, that should work for the major browsers now.
Can you post a simple example of a css block that would give an image some fractional transparency?Could not locate anything in the tutorial.Martyn
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