Waaaaah! Waaaaaah! You hear that? That’s IE6 whining about how you should be using an obtuse “filter” attribute, causing all those nice, pretty pngs on your page to go whacky. Fortunately for you, we got just the thing to shut it up. Give it just the tiniest dose of our Unit PNG Fix and bask in the the glorious phosphoresence of your png images once again! While this is not the only png fix out there (in fact, it was inspired by Drew McLellan’s supersleight), here’s why it will be the last one you need to download:
* Fixes some interactivity problems caused by IE’s filter attribute.
* Works on img objects and background-image attributes.
* Runs automatically. You don’t have to define classes or call functions.
* Allows for auto width and auto height elements.
* Super simple to deploy.