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 Gradient / Rounded Corners / PNG not working in IE6 
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Post Gradient / Rounded Corners / PNG not working in IE6
So, I've read through a bunch of posts on here as well as the known issues pages and the documentation and can't seem to nail down my problem - working on a site for a client where the menubar at the top has rounded corners, a background gradient, and rollover PNG files (with transparency) for the links. These all work great in Firefox, Chrome, Opera, Safari, etc. Of course, IE6 is the problem, as it always is.

Here's the site as is:
http://www.kyleconrad.com/freelance/exp ... llist.html

Basically, all my issues stem from the blue menubar at the top not rendering the three issues stated above. I've tried a bunch of different fixes hoping they would work but nothing seems to change no matter what I do. The HTC file is located in the same directory as the HTML, as is the CSS file that is loading common elements. No matter where I place the "behavior" tag, it never seems to affect the rendering of the page.

If anyone has any suggestions on how to make this thing work (this is my first time using CSS3PIE, so I'm not intricately familiar with all its quibbles and ins and outs), it would be greatly appreciated!


Tue May 17, 2011 7:24 am
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Post Re: Gradient / Rounded Corners / PNG not working in IE6
It appears you are serving PIE.htc with a text/plain content-type. http://css3pie.com/documentation/known- ... ntent-type


Tue May 17, 2011 8:49 am
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Post Re: Gradient / Rounded Corners / PNG not working in IE6
Wow, something so simple. I know I tried that initially but was having some errors so just assumed that it wasn't working. Just redid it and it is showing the gradients and rounded corners and all of that with seemingly no issues (outside of some sort of javascript problems, but that's unrelated to CSS3PIE I hope). Thanks for the help - I feel like an idiot now, but I guess everyone learns somehow.


Tue May 17, 2011 9:03 am
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