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why cannot display JPEG format on the web: after conversion

hi..

i have a picture in .tiff format . i have coverted the picture to
.jpeg using photoshop. when i try to use that picture in my webpage
using microsoft frontpage, the JPEG picture just not appear.

one thing i notice is that the picture size under properties is zero.
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tsejahtera
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tsejahtera
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webwomanCommented:
If the file size is 0, it didn't convert correctly. There's nothing to display.

Another thing to consider is the colorspace. JPGs can be CMYK, but web pages don't display CMYK -- they only do RGB. Make sure it's RGB, and that there's actually something in the file.
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snapdragon030500Commented:
Yeah, I agree with webwoman.  Try opening it up in Photoshop again and make sure the file contains information, then make sure it's in RGB not CMYK.

Then try resaving with the file extension .jpg instead of .jpeg.  
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shamstarCommented:
Try using the Save Tor Web function of Photoshop.  This should allow you to see a preview of the JPEG file before you actually save it.
Just make sure you select it to save the file as a JPEG.
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tsejahteraAuthor Commented:
thanks so much. it works now.
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