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problem with displaying image.....

 
Gabriel Fox
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Hello guys, i have downloaded a xyz.jpg image from my digital camera unto my desktop computer.
But, the image has an extremely large size , 161kb
and again it does not show on my webpage (an html page), i am using the right url <img src="/images.xyz.jpg">.
Please, what do U think the problem is.
 
Jeanne Boyarsky
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Try using an absolute path to get the image to see if it is a problem with the path or the file. Also try using a filename with only one dot.
Also, netmechanic has a good, free Converter that you can use to make your gif smaller.
 
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Sorry, that was a typo
url <img src="/images/xyz.jpg">.
The image was referenced correctly. i have other images in the same webpage being displayed with a similar path.
Help!!!
 
Eric Pascarello
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ways to check
Make sure that the pic exsists in the image folder
Make sure the name is spelled right
make sure the image is in jpg format

change name to pic that has no problems and see if it shows up
add height and width attributes
See if any of that helps
 
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