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Re: [NH] Image--Where did it go?

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  • Lotta
    Hi Jim, ... ... ... Newbie and oldpro at the same time? I say. ;) When you do the Document to html try the No character conversion option.
    Message 1 of 6 , Jan 7, 2002
      Hi Jim,

      >Hello, I'm a newcomer, a Newbie as they say,
      >I'm unable to see a .jpg file when I convert a .otl file to a .html.
      <snip>
      >Here is a line taken directly from my .otl file
      ><img src=
      >"file:///C:/documents%20andsettings/all%20users/desktop/awebsites/main/main_
      >files/bridge.jpg" align = "left" width="156" height="200" border="0"
      >alt="Golden Gate Bridge">
      <snip>
      >Here is the exact line taken from my .html file after I
      >have clicked on Modify>Document to Html
      ><p><img
      >src="file:///documents%20and%20settings/all%20users/desktop/awebsites/main/m
      >ain_files/bridge.jpg" width="156" height="200" border="0" alt="Golden Gate
      >Bridge"></p>

      Newbie and oldpro at the same time? I say. ;)

      When you do the "Document to html" try the "No character conversion"
      option. That should do the trick. With character conversion on "<" and ">"
      get converted to their corresponding HTML entities (< and >). Of
      course, you also wait with inserting the HTML image tags until after you
      have converted the Outline to HTML.

      Hope it works now!
      Lotta
    • Lotta
      Sorry Jim, a typo gave this another meaning than intended. ... What I meant: Of course, you COULD also wait with inserting the HTML image tags until after you
      Message 2 of 6 , Jan 7, 2002
        Sorry Jim, a typo gave this another meaning than intended.

        What I wrote:
        >Of course, you also wait with inserting the HTML image tags until after you
        >have converted the Outline to HTML.

        What I meant:
        Of course, you COULD also wait with inserting the HTML image tags until
        after you
        have converted the Outline to HTML.

        You don't HAVE to. Really.

        Lotta
      • theoldpro
        Thank you Lotta, It works! With your suggestion--Modify Document to Html-- I tried No character conversion and I was able to see the Golden Gate image. Jim,
        Message 3 of 6 , Jan 7, 2002
          Thank you Lotta,

          It works! With your suggestion--Modify>Document to Html--
          I tried "No character conversion" and I was able to see the
          Golden Gate image.

          Jim, I tried to saveas, followed by an F8, with no success.

          Thank you Lotta and you too Jim for your helpful responses.

          Happy HTML ing to you,

          Jim C. Gajniak aka theoldpro@...

          ----- Original Message -----
          From: "Lotta" <loro@...>
          To: <ntb-html@yahoogroups.com>
          Sent: Monday, January 07, 2002 4:04 AM
          Subject: Re: [NH] Image--Where did it go?


          > Hi Jim,
          >
          > >Hello, I'm a newcomer, a Newbie as they say,
          > >I'm unable to see a .jpg file when I convert a .otl file to a .html.
          > <snip>
          > >Here is a line taken directly from my .otl file
          > ><img src=
          >
          >"file:///C:/documents%20andsettings/all%20users/desktop/awebsites/main/main
          _
          > >files/bridge.jpg" align = "left" width="156" height="200" border="0"
          > >alt="Golden Gate Bridge">
          > <snip>
          > >Here is the exact line taken from my .html file after I
          > >have clicked on Modify>Document to Html
          > ><p><img
          >
          >src="file:///documents%20and%20settings/all%20users/desktop/awebsites/main/
          m
          > >ain_files/bridge.jpg" width="156" height="200" border="0" alt="Golden
          Gate
          > >Bridge"></p>
          >
          > Newbie and oldpro at the same time? I say. ;)
          >
          > When you do the "Document to html" try the "No character conversion"
          > option. That should do the trick. With character conversion on "<" and ">"
          > get converted to their corresponding HTML entities (< and >). Of
          > course, you also wait with inserting the HTML image tags until after you
          > have converted the Outline to HTML.
          >
          > Hope it works now!
          > Lotta
          >
          >
          >
          >
          >
          > Your use of Yahoo! Groups is subject to http://docs.yahoo.com/info/terms/
          >
          >
          >
        • Jody
          Hi Jim, Jim, & Lotta, ... The file only needs to be renamed to the HTML type extension, but does not have to be saved in order to view it in a browser. I will
          Message 4 of 6 , Jan 7, 2002
            Hi Jim, Jim, & Lotta,

            >It works! With your suggestion--Modify>Document to Html--
            >I tried "No character conversion" and I was able to see the
            >Golden Gate image.
            >
            >Jim, I tried to saveas, followed by an F8, with no success.

            The file only needs to be renamed to the HTML type extension, but
            does not have to be saved in order to view it in a browser. I
            will agree that I find it easier to save first though if I will
            be doing a lot of work on it or know that it will eventually be a
            "permanent" document.

            Sometime you do want to display the actual tag in the browser for
            like a tutorial or to show an eMail address with the arrows. In
            those cases you do want the characters converted so that the tag
            or <eMail@...> will be displayed (having it active with the
            mailto:).


            Happy HTML'n!
            Jody

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