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  Apache Web-Serving with Mac OS X: Part 1
Subject:   graphics don't show??
Date:   2002-03-13 20:04:30
From:   morbus
Response to: graphics don't show??

More than likely, your HTML page is using absolute image links as opposed to relative image links, and thus it's getting confused when you browse it over the network/web. Take a look at the "src" of your <img> tags - what are they set for?
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  • My actual IMG tag HTML info
    2002-03-17 16:05:24  icerabbit [View]


    The URLs to the files are relative to the index.html file. (not with c:/....).

    Currently there is only one image that shows and that is the apache logo in the folder manual. The others show the IE image missing placeholder/icon when browsing to index.html through the apacheserver.

    Here's a couple lines from my testfile (test.icerabbit.com)


    <img border="0" src="icons/i__ico_icerabbit_r.gif" align="left" width="19" height="18">

     <img src="icons/PoweredByMacOSX.gif" alt="" width="160" height="44">

     <img src="apache/apache_pb.gif" alt="" width="259" height="32">

    Would I need to validate the subfolders in some way?

    Thanks,
    Frank