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Re: [NH] Image Displays in FF But Not In MSIE

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  • Alec Burgess
    Bert Byfield (bbyfield@caravelabooks.com) wrote (in part) (on ... Ray: One more ... being pretty much a novice at HTML myself. In standard library HTML I used
    Message 1 of 16 , Jan 22, 2009
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      Bert Byfield (bbyfield@...) wrote (in part) (on
      2009-01-21 at 23:49):
      > <img src="./events/gifs/AAI 60th Logo Medium.jpg" width="300"
      > height="450"
      > > border="0" alt="60th anniversary logo"></p>
      >
      > Blanks (in the src) again. Might have to be changed to "%20" or
      > something. I always use the old DOS 8.3 naming convention (and all
      > lower
      > case) to avoid this stuff, myself.

      Ray: One more ... being pretty much a novice at HTML myself.

      In standard library HTML I used Image wizard
      The html file I was working with was: D:\Temp\NoName01.html (a copy of
      the first source you posted)
      I pasted file name in the wizard as: D:\Temp\picswork\Flat\Billie Piper
      01.jpg leaving remainder of fields blank.
      and it generated: <img src="picswork/flat/billie%20piper%2001.jpg"
      width="340" height="450" border="0">
      which works :-)

      Note that it figured out that folder picswork is in the same folder as
      the HTML file (I would have guessed that either ./ or ../ was needed but
      apparently not?) and translated spaces in file name to %20 as required.

      Eric and Jody do/did good work :-)
      It appears the "heavy lifting" for the filename changes is being done
      by: ^!InsertWizardHtml though its documentation doesn't say anything
      about this translation.

      Cary guessed the image-file problem which I might never have got!

      --
      Regards ... Alec (buralex@gmail & WinLiveMess - alec.m.burgess@skype)




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    • Ray Shapp
      To All, Alec said, Cary guessed the image-file problem which I might never have got! . That s exactly correct. Cary also correctly supplied the solution to my
      Message 2 of 16 , Jan 23, 2009
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        To All,

        Alec said, "Cary guessed the image-file problem which I might never have
        got!". That's exactly correct. Cary also correctly supplied the solution to my
        problem by alerting me to the "Save for Web & Devices" function in Photoshop.

        All the comments about blanks spaces in file name or length of file name or
        the tags in the code snippet are well-intentioned, but they miss the point.
        That small web page is what NoteTab itself generates when one uses the HTML
        template in the HTML clip library supplied with NT Pro (I'm using version
        5.7b).

        Thanks to all who responded.

        Ray Shapp
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