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Thread: GIF tranceparencies in HTML?

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    Hi, I may sound really stupid for asking this but is there a way to make a gif semi-transparent (Alpha change) in a HTML page. Ive converted a flash still to gif and I want to put it as a watermark bground to a web page. If I change the alpha value for the flash file itself, the colour screws up and it looks awful when converted...

    Thanks for any help you can give

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    Once you save the image out of flash if you have Fireworks, Image Ready, Photoshop just select the color you want to make an alpha and save again. You can even save it as a png giving you more colors to work with. Regards, Bill

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