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can't see images in cms admin

Thread began 12/17/2009 8:50 am by gruant2000381341 | Last modified 12/28/2009 4:35 pm by gruant2000381341 | 3177 views | 11 replies


somethng odd

well I tried adding a / and tried adding the whole http url, but nothing worked.
So I am still stuck with the image issue.

I also ran into an oddity while trying to fix the image issue. For some reason, my code that I am pasting in source view is getting re-arranged. The code below is what I pasted into source view initially.

<a href="images/babylg.jpg" rel="lightbox[people]"><img border="0" alt="Intarsia Plans baby" width="80" height="164" src="images/babysm.jpg" />

when I hit save, then go back in and look at it again in source view, it has been re-arranged like below

<a rel="lightbox[people]" href="images/babylg.jpg"><img border="0" alt="Intarsia Plans baby" width="80" height="164" src="images/babysm.jpg" />

I fixed it again and saved and it again rearranged the code.
Any idea why this is happening? This might also be contributing to my image viewing issue.

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