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Posted on 2000-03-31
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I have created a virtual tour for the school that I work at.  It works just as I planned it using Netscape, but tonight when I got home and tried it in Internet Explorer the pictures of the individual classrooms don't show.  Can anyone help me?
To view school tour:  http://www.noacsc.org/hancock/ag/tschool.html
Thanks in advance for your help,
Nancy Matson
http://www.noacsc.org/hancock/ag/frames.html
bfine@wcoil.com
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swinslow earned 100 total points
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Yes, I found it ....
On http://www.noacsc.org/hancock/ag/tsmith.html and the other classroom pages, you dont have the height and width defined.
This is what you have ....<IMG SRC="beagle.jpg" WIDTH= HEIGHT= ALT="Mrs.Beagle's">
You can do one of two things, either completely remove width= and the height= , so it reads ....
<IMG SRC="beagle.jpg" ALT="Mrs.Beagle's">
or
define the height and width (in pixels) for example the one for Mrs.Beagle's may be height=405 width=540. So your tag would read:
.....<IMG SRC="beagle.jpg" WIDTH=540 HEIGHT=405 ALT="Mrs.Beagle's">



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Thanks for your help.  I took out the H X W measurements & they work fine.
Thanks,
Nancy :-)
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