Everyone knows that the .PNG image is famous for its transparency option amongst web designers, but the lack of PNG support among some web site browsers can be rather frustrating.
Actually, the support for .PNG image had started a long time ago. Bob Osola wrote a pngfix.js sometime back to fix the .PNG problem, but it only fixes the <img> tags, forgetting the <div> tags with a .PNG background. It also misses images smaller than 12px in height, where the height and width gets distorted.
Just few weeks ago, Rogie King from Komodo Media blogged about a clever way to fix PNG image display issues in IE through CSS. You don’t even have to write an external js source to fix that problem!
You can read more at Pluit Solutions.