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  • Harvey R. Savage
    ... Hi Jim, If you use the DOS (short) version of the path and file location, below; and you still
    Message 1 of 3 , Dec 28, 2000
      John-Marc wrote:
      >
      > James:
      >
      > you don't HAVE a folder called programfiles. You DO have one called program files, and you can't arbitrariiy remove spaces. I think you have to convert it to DOS format, which would be <img src="c:/progra~1/noteta~1/images/dog_ice_cream.jpg">
      >
      > Here's the line:
      > <img src="c:/programfiles/notetablite/images/dog_ice_cream.jpg">
      > It doesn't work.
      > This does:
      > <img src="d:/animals/dog_ice_cream.jpg">

      > de jim
      >
      Hi Jim,

      If you use the DOS (short) version of the path and file location,
      below;

      <img src="c:/progra~1/noteta~1/images/dog_ice_cream.jpg">

      and you still run into a problem try the next line, just insert
      %20 between Program and files. The %20 is the Hex code for a
      space.

      <img
      src="c:/program%20files/notetablite/images/dog_ice_cream.jpg">


      hrs
    • Jody
      Hi John-Marc and James, ... You can use the short DOS path as above or %20 for the space. Perhaps you would be looking at this:
      Message 2 of 3 , Dec 28, 2000
        Hi John-Marc and James,

        >you don't HAVE a folder called programfiles. You DO have one
        >called program files, and you can't arbitrariiy remove spaces. I
        >think you have to convert it to DOS format, which would be <img
        >src="c:/progra~1/noteta~1/images/dog_ice_cream.jpg">

        You can use the short DOS path as above or %20 for the space.
        Perhaps you would be looking at this:

        <img src="c:/program%20files/notetab%20lite/images/dog_ice_cream.jpg">

        Oops, just got to Harvey's post. <g> I did put the %20 in
        notetab%20lite also trying to pre-guess you. ;)

        Do see Lotta's post about using an HTML path if you will be using
        the web, but you also need to stay with the course. They cannot
        teach it all to you on the same page. <g>

        You can also use the Quick List to drag/drop your images in which
        will also give you the image size which is best to use so the
        browser does not have to take the time to figure it out. You may
        not have got that far in your course though.

        To use the Quick List press F6 (it's under the tool menu) and
        right click over the large lower window. Choose "Disk Files" and
        in the upper window type in the file type you want to view. You
        can use a single * or *.* for all files, or a single file
        type:.jpg, .gif. Right click over the window and choose Browse
        or double click in it. Find your image and drag/drop it into
        NoteTab. You need to have the file type in Options | HTML files
        for it to work correctly.

        BTW, if your manual or whatever you are reading from said...

        "images"...the course says the image must reside on the same
        drive as the program.

        ...then you need to bring it to the attention of the writer,
        because it makes no sense at all (at least by itself).

        Happy HTML'n!
        Jody

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