3289Re: [NH] RE: html in browser
- Nov 9, 2002Joe, if your htm file is in the same directory as the image you do not need to
specify the path for the image, eg, (img src="image.gif" width="" height=""
alt=""). If the image is in another directory you must give the path to that
directory relative to the directory where your html file is, eg, (img
src="images/image.gif............"). I'm using () where it would be <> for
genuine tags. This is for the case of image in directory "images" off the
directory where your html file is.
If you want to go up a level of directories from where your html file is you
need to show the path (img src="../images/image.gif). Two dots before the slash.
That would be if the image is in a directory "images" off the directory above
where the html page is.
Hope that helps
> Jim and hrs,
> A note of clarity.
> In my editor when I wrote the html I did so in such a way as to specify that
> an image was indeed in the <dir>images and named the particular gif image.
> Now whether I have the html page in the parent <dir> or in the image <dir>
> when I execute a browser integration I see the web site but no images,
> I seem to have a miscue but I can't see the forest for the trees!
> Anything come to your minds?
> Kind regards,
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