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Re[4]: Solving the alpha images and background-color problem

From: Ron van den Boogaard <ron@ronvdb.com>
Date: Sun, 14 Aug 2005 00:30:58 +0200
To: www-style@w3.org
Message-Id: <20050814001424.5573.RON@ronvdb.com>

On Sun, 14 Aug 2005 00:58:01 +0300
"Emrah BASKAYA" <emrahbaskaya@hesido.com> wrote/schreef:

>We are talking about images with transparency, and background-color  
>showing through transparent parts. We need a solution so that when the  
>image is loaded, the background-color changes / or to put it in another  
>persective; we need a color until the image is loaded to provide necessary  
>contrast, which we could switch with some other color when image loads.  
>The swithed color would most of the time be transparent, but not  
>necessarily. We are not talking about a new property, but a new value for  
I don't think we do need anything within the standards to provide for
technical failures. The image will be loaded. That is the premise.
Degrading gracefully should be done on older standards.

I can't quite remember the properties anymore, but back in the old
(mosaic) days we used to preload a 2-bit b/w dithered image before the
color image. 
Standards are about how stuff should work, eventualities where it should
not, means falling back on an older standard
Ron van den Boogaard 
blog: http://tangogarden.blogspot.com
Received on Saturday, 13 August 2005 22:31:06 UTC

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