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I've got jpeg stored in my image library. I reference via HTML in HTML web part. The problem is that it shows great on some machine and others it shows as if its missing a file.  Any idea why or how to fix?
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Rainer Jeschor earned 500 total points
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Hi,
which Sharepoint version and edition?
It could be either a permission issue (no read access on the image library) or an issue with alternate access mappings.
Which url did they use to open the page ? Is it the same as you use?
HTH
Rainer
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Share point 2010. Same URL is being used.
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As am alternative, have you tried using the Content Editor web part?
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Yes.  I'm actually using Content Editor web part
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You should be able to copy and paste a picture right into the web part when using IE
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