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Images display in IE 8 & Firefox 3.6, but not in Safari 5

Thread began 6/28/2011 11:10 am by tom92909 | Last modified 6/28/2011 1:58 pm by tom92909 | 1522 views | 1 replies

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Images display in IE 8 & Firefox 3.6, but not in Safari 5

I've developed a backend admin tool for a client that uses a Mac. There are images that are provided by a dynamic SQL repeating table result. I have the image path setup correctly so that both IE and Firefox display the page and images correctly. The problem is that Safari refuses to display the images. The view source clearly shows that the page structure and components are written correctly.

In an effort to verify that everything was coded to spec, I ran the Advisor and got no errors using both Standards and Web Validation.

Has anyone encountered such an issue? I did a Bing search on the topic and found that this isn't an isolated issue. This appears to be a possible Safari issue, but I'm not finding much out there related to a solution.

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