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Products_details.php page shows image file name instead image

Thread began 6/10/2013 7:03 pm by Paul | Last modified 6/12/2013 12:54 pm by Paul | 2503 views | 24 replies


Thanks for the response, Jason.

It is not working though. I've changed the coding as you mentioned. The file name is not showing up, and neither is the image. I noticed your code doesn't have a ; (semi-colon) before the ?. Is there supposed to be one? Either way, it is not working.

Does it matter that on every other page in my site, the recordset name is: rsProducts and in the WA created pages, it is WADAproducts? The admin pages that WA created show the WADAproducts recordset name.

When I look at the source code of the live page on my localhost, it does show the correct path and file name: <td class="DetailsPage"><img src="product_images/9651.jpg

I've attached the page if you need it.

Appreciate it.

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