I can't see the attachments yet because they are pending approval, but you should read this article on CSS transparency. All browsers handle it differently.
Your attachments haven't been approved yet so I can't see, but most probably it's using a semi-transparent PNG as a background for the drop down. IE6 does not support PNG alpha transparency.
Can you post a link to where you're having the problem just so I can be sure?
I am using using a semi-transparent PNG as a background but believe there is a fix for this? Website not posted yet (Trying to build before posting)
WHy would gifs be any different? Tried them but still not transparent, Am running java file from
"IE7, version 0.9 (alpha) (2005-08-19)
Copyright: 2004-2005, Dean Edwards (can't put link as new to site)"
But still no luck!! Arrgggg this is frustrating
Yes, there are fixes for PNG alpha transparency in IE6. My favourite is SuperSleight, however it won't work for background images.
You won't find a PNG alpha transparency fix that will work for background images I'm afraid.
Possibility GIFs do not support semi transparency. Only 100% transparency. The guy wants the drop down menu to be semi transparent. This is not achievable with GIFs.
My solution would be to use a dropdown menu that didn't use semi transparent PNGs, but used a CSS transaprecy method instead: