Thanks for the tip. Removing the cleartype solves the issue but indeed
the text is ugly (I'm using Cycle on paragraphs of text).
Actually, instead of removing cleartype, I just added the CSS rule
"background: transparent !important;" on paragraphs, because I
discovered that on IE7/8 a background-color is added.
> It might have something to do with cleartype option. Try setting the
> cleartype to false:
> cleartype: false
> On Mar 25, 6:09 pm, Merindol <rndme...@...> wrote:
> > I have the same problem, but it's not white : it's the same color as
> > the first parent that has its background-color defined.
> > As a workaround I added "background: transparent !important;" to the
> > cycled blocks. But that doesn't help to find where the problem is.
> > Regards.
> > On 25 mar, 02:26, Smoggy <nate.scave...@...> wrote:
> > > For some strange reason in IE I get a white background added to my
> > > <li> tag each li has a transparent background PNG image. So it get
> > > white corners where I should see a nice textured background basically
> > > cycle changes the header of the site. which is rounded on the top
> > > works fine in both FF and safari. any ideas where the white
> > > background is coming from and how to fix it. If I remove the cycle js
> > > it works correctly. if i use the IE developer tool bar the inline
> > > style on the li looks like this.
> > > <LI class="relaxed png" style="DISPLAY: block; Z-INDEX: 6; LEFT: 0px;
> > > ZOOM: 1; POSITION: absolute; TOP: 0px; BACKGROUND-COLOR: #ffffff"
> > > cycleH="378" cycleW="919" jQuery1237943038750="5">
> > > I checked a different site I created and it was fine no background
> > > color applied in IE