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gifs not coming in Netscape

Posted on 2001-08-11
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I have my own home page in the following url

www.geocities.com/chozhaonweb

The gifs i have put it on the above links are available in IE but not in Netscape.

So plz some one help me

Thanx

chozhasoftwares
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by:a.marsh
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You need to use / instead of \

e.g.

<img src="gifs\title.gif">

becomes:

<img src="gifs/title.gif">


Make the change to all your images and it will work in IE and Netscape.

:o)

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a.marsh is correct.

Please do not change the appearance of links in the background tag.

You need to remove the lines which are marked to be removed.  You'll need to edit the HTML directly.  This applies to Pages++ on your Site.
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Wrapping this question up.

See my first comment for the solution.

:o)

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Comment from a.marsh accepted as answer.

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