Hello, what do professional web designers do to overcome this problem? Is there a simple solution for png transparency support in ie6? I found a fix but i don't want to buy any license to use some code.

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I think most website developers these days don't even support ie6.

For example, if you look over at http://themeforest.net/, if you wish to sell a theme there you don't have to give …

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I think most website developers these days don't even support ie6.

For example, if you look over at http://themeforest.net/, if you wish to sell a theme there you don't have to give support for ie6. Plus their market share is going down rapidly.

I would side step using transparent pngs altogether. Also the following link might be of use...

http://24ways.org/2007/supersleight-transparent-png-in-ie6

Also this:
http://net.tutsplus.com/articles/news/5-easy-ways-to-tackle-ie6s-transparency-issues/

who uses ie6 anymore?

Abandon any support for IE6. It is gone, done, out the door. In fact IE7 is not too far from no longer being supported by Microsoft (though I still will creates sites that are compatible with it and have fall backs for it).

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