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The JS code can be seen if you do a "View Source" on the Solution page. There are two ways to use it - simple copy & paste or the JS include file method. Note that you must have height and width attributes specified for each image. Other attributes (class, alt, title & style) are optional so far as this routine is concerned, but are respected if specified.
Method 1: Copy & Paste
For single page or occasional usage, copy the JS code in its entirety (from <!--[if lt IE 7]> to <![endif]-->) and paste it into your page somewhere in the the <head> section. That's it.
Method 2: (recommended) JS Include File
If you wish to use the code on multiples of pages, you may prefer to use a JS include file. First, download the JS file here: pngfix.js. Place the file in your webpage directory, then add the following construct on each of your pages somewhere in the <head> section:
Note the use of the defer keyword. This trick causes the images to be replaced before they are rendered. Earlier versions of this script did not use this method, occasionally resulting in an unpleasant screen flicker as the PNGs were being filtered. The code in the include file is slightly different from the copy and paste code referred to above, so I recommend downloading my file rather than making your own.
Here is a demo page using the Include file method. This method is arguably better for use with multiples of pages, as it only requires three lines of code per page. The JS file is only 2KB in size and will be cached after the first download. It will therefore incur no further download overhead on subsequent pages. The download time should be around 0.3 seconds on an average 48kbps dial-up modem connection.