I've done this about 1000 times before but for some reason this one is causing me some grief. I'm trying to put a transparent logo on to my sites background for a header but for some reason there is a white box appearing there instead of my logo.
Here is the link http://www.clhdesigns.com/pr
And the CSS associated with it
background:url(../images/header.png) no-repeat ;
I'm a little confused
This is the image you have in the background of your header.
It's just a transparent image which means that the background will just be white from the colour underneath.
I didn't see a logo anywhere.
Am I looking at the wrong thing?
that;s the problem. I do not want the white background on my header. The logo itself is white I want it to blend in with the sites background.
You'll have to move the header outside of your wrapper as you can't actually rub out a background by placing another element on top.
Or you could just match the background colour of the body in the header to create that illusion.
background:[B]#D7E1E2[/B] url("../images/header.png") no-repeat;
Is that what you meant?
(although you cpuld stick another color on top)