Transparency in Enterprise

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  • #46041

    TSFM
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    Hi Folks,

    Still a bit green with WP, but I have a favicon.png with a transparent background, and several user avatars with transparency that worked in WordPress.com, but which are showing ugly white borders in Enterprise.

    I’ve looked to see if there are any issues for users here. Is there no support for transparency in the .png format, or am I missing something obvious?

    Thanks in advance.

    • This topic was modified 1 year, 4 months ago by  TSFM.
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    #46044

    Stewart
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    Hi

    .png transparency should be fine I believe that the white border problem your having will be down to the Css styling.

    If you give me a link to the problem avatar etc I will take a quick look for you.

    Stewart


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    #46059

    TSFM
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    Stewart,

    Thanks for the reply, but I mis-spoke when  said “border”. I meant “background”

    However here is a link to the “transparent” .png on a post :-) (post from TSFM)

    http://www.sfmonitor.org/2013/06/the-spfl-the-case-for-revolution-evolution-and-a-case-of-the-hamilton-whackies/comment-page-8/#comment-51737

     

    Regards

    #46063

    Stewart
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    Ok got it, what you need to do is go to edit your style.css

    on line 1125 look for

    .avatar,
    .featuredpage img,
    .featuredpost img,
    .post-image {
    	background: #fff; <<< Remove This Line
    	border: 2px solid #eee;
    	margin: 0 0 5px;
    	padding: 1px;
    }

    But be careful as this will change the white background of other images relating to the class, if this is not desired try removing the

    .avatar,

    from the above code in your style.css and the style the avatar separately ie:

    .avatar {
    	border: 2px solid #eee;
    	margin: 0 0 5px;
    	padding: 1px;
    }

    Hope this helps
    Stewart


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    #46073

    TSFM
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    Stewart,

    Thanks a lot! I had assumed that the transparency issue in the favicon and avatar was related. One half of the problem resolved with my gratitude.

     

    Regards

    TSFM

    #46076

    Stewart
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    Your welcome

    In regards to your favicon it looks fine in my browser window (using chrome), what actually is the problem with the favicon?

    Stewart


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