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broken link to gifs.

Posted on 1997-02-10
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I have just started working on my home page again after a long break.  I wanted to add some new icons <gifs mostly> for users to download so I dropped a note next to a gif button that I had placed.  The gif button does NOT show, when the page loads it shows a broken link.  Now this is placed RIGHT below another gif button that DOES work, I've checked for typos repeatedly but to no avail.  The gif is valid, I've loaded the page on my computer and it shows up fine.  Also the link to this button is to another .htm file that lists quite a few gif buttons and they are all showing broken links as well, I've even tinkered with showing the first five in different ways, can someone figure this one out for me?? <rolling eyes>
http://home1.gte.net/revenge
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splash1 earned 25 total points
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You're closing you body and HTML with </BODY> and </HTML> before your images. (Actually, you're doing it twice). Then you *don't*close them at the end of the end, which you need to.

Incidentally, your Javascript is dodgy and the Car/Computer ad at the top is Low Res and HUGE!

BTW, You can give a relative path to your images if they're on the server rather than the absolute path you give...
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