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Asp.net and Images not displaying on web site

Hello folks,

  I am having a problem with my images showing on a web page - it does the  samething on my developer computer and I am perplexed as to why.
Basically what I am doing is reading an image folder,rescaling the images and if the user clicks on the image, it pops up a larger image (that portion of the coding works fine.
But the images in the datalist will not display. At first I thought it was a pathing problem but have discard that since I use the same string to the image folder as I do with the datalist.
I checked the source when viewed in Internet Explorer and it looks fine and here is the actual source form viewing:

    <table align="center" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" border="0" width="100%" height="100%" bgcolor="#000000">
            <tr>
              <td align="center">
                <br><a href="javascript:NewWindow('Images/MVC-027S.jpg','70','70','MVC-027S')"><img scr="Images/MVC-027S.jpg" width="70" height="70" border="0"></a><br>
              </td>
            </tr>
          </table>

But atlas! no image!
Here is the link - http://www.thejourneyofbear.com/thumb.aspx
The images aren't great (well my dog Bear is!)  but that is okay, I just want to get them to display...
any help would be appericated...

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Overthere
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Overthere
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ddayx10Commented:
Hello Overthere,

You are gonna kick yourself :)

You've misspelled the attribute for src in your image elements, you spelled it scr.

If they still dont work then it is a pathing issue because when I use a fully qualified URL in the src on my local machine I get the images fine.

Good Luck
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OverthereAuthor Commented:
YEP - I sure am going kick myself ....over and over! HA HA! Thank a bunchs! :)
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