Can all browsers and PC's view .PNG files?

Can all browsers and PC’s view .PNG files? Will the image look the same on all computers provided the colors are safe?

Cheers,

DAN

No not all browsers can view PNG files, but yes the image “should” look the same on any browser that CAN view them. Not counting any color shifts between monitors and Mac/PC.

No not all browsers can view PNG files, but yes the image “should” look the same on any browser that CAN view them.

Do you know what browsers cannot view .png files?

Cheers,

DAN

Any browser before v4 will have troubles.

Netscape 4.7 can view them, but only when using the Quicktime plugin.

Yes and I did notice color change between two browsers…another thing the biggest advantage of PNG’s: multi level transparency is not supported by all browsers, even if they are able of showing the images.

Problem solved. Thanks for your impute.

Cheers,

DAN

If I understand right, so Netscape 4.7+ and IE 4.0+ can display PNG files correctly?

Sketch

IE4 on Mac can’t display PNGs. It might be able to with a plugin such as Quicktime, but PNGs showed up as “broken” images (they had a red circle with an X) when I tried.

Originally posted by Sketch
[B]If I understand right, so Netscape 4.7+ and IE 4.0+ can display PNG files correctly?

Sketch [/B]

Only with a plugin. My version of Netscape used the Quicktime plugin to view the PNG file.

sorry to ask so many questions, but which browsers can view them inherently, not just with a plugin?

Sketch

http://www.libpng.org/pub/png/pngapbr.html

IE4.0+
NS6+ I think