Click through transparent area on partially transparent image

Given some shape, I would like it to be clickable on its filled parts, and not clickable (thus clicking through to the element behind it) on its transparent parts. Here's an example of a triangle shape: http://img138.imageshack.us/img138/1276/e4t.png

Black lines are bounding box lines. I would like to be able to select text, or interact with any element that is within bounding box (green-outlined areas), but not covered with the filled part.

I tried SVG with pointer-events set to every possible value, but it does not seem to work. Preferred solution would make us of html5, css and png image, but every working solution is welcomed.

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You can add style property

pointer-event:none

to Image it will help you out through the image

Note: it will work only to modern browsers

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