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BOOK: Beginning Web Programming with HTML, XHTML, and CSS, 2nd Edition ISBN: 978-0-470-25931-3
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Old April 5th, 2009, 01:59 PM
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Hi everyone, im a complete novice. I just bought the book a couple of weeks ago and im stuck on chapter three I followed the instructions in the" Try it yourself ", but unfortunatly the pictures wont load. I have downloaded all chapter examples etc, but pictures still wont load when i tried writing the example Other than that im enjoying the book tremendously, but keep coming back to chapter three to complete the try it yourself. i just cant give up yet.Thanks in advance for your help.

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Could you post your HTML here so we could take a look at it. Also please do state where is the HTML file and the image located.
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Are the images OK? I don't have the code, but one of the other threads in this forum solved his problem when he realized the image file was blank.
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Have you checked the path to the image in the <,img src line ?

( I know about 'code', but I just needed to add the comma so its visible... if that was wrong, just let me know.)
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I have noticed that some of the images for the sample html pages, part of the code download zip, are missing.

cows.jpg and london.jpg to name 2. I'll try and get time to make a list.
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You need to make sure that the images and the html are in the same directory/folder - I mean by that that the images can (and should) be in their own folder and the html should be in it's own folder but then both of those folders need to be in the same master folder. I'm new to this too so I may not have the terminology 100% correct but I'm sure you get the point.
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Actually it depends.

You can have the graphics in the same account as the web page in quesiton.

If your web host allows linking from another of your web sites, the graphics don't have to be on the same web host.

You just have to make sure the link is correct for the graphic to show.

If you mean my comment about missing jpgs, they are not anywhere in the download file.
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