The image on the right is a PNG, size 175 by 120, generated with the GIMP on a Linux system. It (the image) should
be transparent, allowing the background to peek through the letters
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You seem to be using a microsoft (IE?) browser that identifies itself
so most likely the transparency in the image is not working. You
would do well to download a browser like Mozilla or Firefox, if only
to see what a real, secure, and Standards compliant web browser
experience can be like. (If you're using Linux or OS/X with Firefox's
User Agent Switcher, never mind!)
The table on the right shows how Firefox renders the image
on this page. As you can see, the transparency works!
If all this didn't convince you that IE is a problematic web
browser, consider this. Unless you are a computer and/or security
professional, and have the "local" zone battened down really hard, you
probably have no idea how dangerous using your current
browser can be!
How'd you do this?
This page uses the server side include technology to figure out the
HTTP_USER_AGENT string that your browser feeds to the web
server. If the string
MSIE is found in this, it shows
one thing, and quite another otherwise.