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Dual image

Thread began 4/26/2017 1:21 am by balexander389215 | Last modified 4/26/2017 3:09 pm by balexander389215 | 247 views | 4 replies


Dual image

I am using Power CMS Builder to upload text and images on a website. the text is fine but I seem to be getting a dual image. It's been a very long time since I've added images through cms so I'm not sure of the correct behavior.

On the Image Pooperties page I add teh URL as required. On the links page I again point to the same URL. If I don't do both the image does not appear. If I do both the when the page loads i get indications that two images are loading and it looks like the photo with a small image container above and the main image below.

The source code in for the image in the cms edit box is as follows:

<a href="/new2/files/annieweise.jpg"><img alt="Annie Wiese" src="/new2/files/annieweise.jpg" style="width: 300px; height: 352px;" /></a>

Is this normal behavior or am I doing something wrong in the image upload procedure. i have checked all the help files i can find on cms but cannot fine anything for uploading images.



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