why any images in my login page didnt appear? (ASP.Net)

Posted on 2010-01-12
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Last Modified: 2012-08-14
suddenly, my web browser cannot render any images in my login.aspx page. but any images in any page is rendered correctly. Its weird because images that inherit from master page also didnt rendered in my login.aspx but it rendered correctly after I login (redirect to another page)
It still on development proccess (preview in browser),
It work perfect before,

I try to create new login page and deleting the old one but I get error messages

ASP.login_aspx.GetTypeHashCode() : no suitable method found to override
ASP.login_aspx.ProcessRequest(System.Web.HttpContext) : idem
ASP.login_aspx does not implement interface member 'System.Web.IHttpHandler.IsReusable

Kindly help me
Thanks and Regards
Question by:rajatop
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ID: 26293659
Can you provide a link to your work, or some example code (rendered)?

Are the images you are referring to being added through your CSS, or through an <img> tag? You can use  a tool like Firebug to inspect elements and objects of a page (including <img>'s and <div>'s) and see what path they are referencing - make sure this path is correct and that the image does exist here.

Author Comment

ID: 26293734
it in my office, I cant write it down here,
but im sure it refrencing right, because It inherit from MasterPage.master which work well on another page.
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Expert Comment

ID: 26293811
Take the rendered path to the image - paste that in a web broswer. If it can't be found, it either doesn't exist, the path is wrong, or there is likely a problem with the server. Can you share some of your code?
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Accepted Solution

codingbeaver earned 2000 total points
ID: 26298648
Do you have a folder to store all images? If yes, then it is most likely caused by the authentication. Open your web.config file and this portion of code in your <configuration> section but outside <system.web> section (I assume the folder is called Images, if not, change it to match yours).
<location path="Images">
        <allow users="*"/>

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Author Closing Comment

ID: 31676089
great, it works perfectly XD

Thank you very much

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