In developing a client’s simple web site (www.bobbyjmusic.com) I had the need to fix a bug in IE6 that doesn’t handle PNG transparency. There were a couple plugins that already existed, but it really messed with the layout that already existed.
So, I searched the internet. I came across the http://www.twinhelix.com website and implemented their code in my very first wordpress plugin.
After a couple days, I received some feedback from a user mentioning that it would be nice to be able to choose the PNG fix method between the 2 methods that twinhelix had produced. I figured it would be even better to provide a few options, and over the course of the last year I have made many improvements to the plugin. Currently, you can select from 5 different methods and the IE6 detection can occur server side (default) or client side for web sites that have the generated HTML cached at some level.
You can download the plugin by going to http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/hits-ie6-pngfix/
If you are going to ask for help using the comments section below, please ensure you leave the plugin on Debug mode on your site before submitting your ask for help. It really helps with the diagnosis!