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My web page is up through the prodigy server (at pages.prodigy.net/cjcompman), but most of the images are broken and do not come up.  What do I need to do?
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It could be due to a number of things:

1] Your not referring to them correctly (are they in a sub-directory?

2] They have been uploaded in ASCII format (Anything which is not ASCII text should be uploaded in binary).

3] They are case-sensitive (I.e. the file may have gone up as "Image.gif", but is being referenced as "IMAGE.GIF". Only the "I" should be capital.)

As the image "7.gif" appears to be displaying properly on your page, it would be safe to assume that 1] and 2] are not the causes, though 3] may very well be. Ensure that you are calling the image filenames exactly as they have been uploaded, capitals/lowercase letters.

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Thanks a lot.  Great answer.
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