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    Image rendering and IE

    I have a page with a few images most of them look fine but one looks a little grain in IE7 but looks perfect in FF (what i developed it in) any suggestions on how I could negate this effect?

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    Could you post a link to your page?
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    The page has not been uploaded yet as its still in mid-production so no link unfortunately i was just wondering is there any known issue when displaying images in IE as apposed to FF

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    The problem is only with one jpg on the page I have a couple of gifs and they look fine

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    Are the width/height values specified in the html/css different than the actual dimensions of that image (some sort of scaling)? Upload your code and images on forum, if possible.
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    yes there is some scaling taking place could this be the root of the problem?, ill go and investigate see if i can sharpen the image if not ill post my code/images.


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