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Why can't I display .tif images in my XHTML?

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Why can't I display .tif images in my XHTML? Now, I can only display .png and .jpg. There's just a red cross where the .tif image should be.

I use XHTML 1.0 Transitional
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Question by:hermesalpha
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which browser are you using?
this link says tiff images are not supported by IE
http://www.dotnetspider.com/resources/30795-Display-TIFF-Images-ASP-NET.aspx
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Ok, so that's the reason. I use IE8
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there is a solution given in the link i have posted.
did it helped you?
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Thanks, worked fine!
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