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Thumnail images not displaying

Thread began 7/22/2011 7:11 pm by tiabradford427079 | Last modified 9/29/2015 5:37 pm by tiabradford427079 | 2198 views | 19 replies

Jason ByrnesWebAssist

this is a little confusing.

in the first post, you report that you are using the following code for the image:

<img  src="../images/art/thm/<?php echo $row_WADAitems['ItemImage']; ?>" alt="" id="WADAPageHeaderImage" />

then you report the source code generated on the page as:

<img src="images/art/CelticMandala.jpg" alt="" id="WADAPageHeaderImage">

there is no way the php code could generate that source code. the path i nthe php code:

is not the same as the path in the browser source code:

the php code is correct, but it is not the code being run on the server to generate the image path.

I would question whether the version of the page on the server is the same as the one on your local system.

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