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Dear sir,  
    I have some pictures on my c:\ in the file format as .JPG and .GIF. I have made a homepage in HTML and have used the command <img src=File://c:/home/images/fire/jpg> ( assuming that they are present in the sud-directory images.Now when i view my homepage from other computer the are no pictures at all. So i want to ask you how do i put these pictures on the my web. because i can only see them from my computer! Thank You,
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by:der_23
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Please reply me as soon as posible!
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by:PBall
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Well, other computers might not have (I'd bet 99.9999% of the time) a directory called : c:\home\images on its c: drive, and (another 99.9999%) a file called fire.jpg in that directory.

You really should not code the img src with a hardcoded url that link it to a file://

What you need to do is:
on your website, create a directory out of its home directory (if your root directory is located physically on c:\home on the web server), create a subdirectory called images and copy fire.jpg to that directory.

now, in the page itself, only link the image to /images/fire.jpg.

so it will look like <img src="/images/fire.jpg"> this way, the image will stay a relative to the web site root directory.

Please don't confuse the computer root directory with a web site root directory since they are not the same (another 99.9999% of the time).

hehe.

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ruperts earned 100 total points
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First change your HTML to
<img src="fire.jpg">

Add quotes, replace the / between fire and jpg with a dot! Do this for all your images...

When you transfer your files to your websever (ie. www.yourpage.com)
Transfer all the images as well as the HTML page.
Put all the images in the same directory as your html page.

The HTML code refers to images, it doesn't actually include them, so it can not "stand-alone".

 this should work!

Rupert


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by:der_23
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using what and how do i do it!!!!!!!!!!!!
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