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Problem With Paths To Images

Thread began 4/12/2011 9:44 am by gary917 | Last modified 4/13/2011 8:20 am by gary917 | 856 views | 1 replies


Problem With Paths To Images

I have looked at many of the problems presented on these Forums about the path problems with HTML 3, and have not come across a solution.

Correct path to image... image.jpg

It seems that the path is dependent on where the page is that will be displaying the image. For example if the display page is in the administration section of the website (display page) in a folder called admin then admin is written into path and the path to the image is then corrupted (image.jpg). Alternatively if the display page for the same page is in a folder called news the URL adds news to the URL (image.jpg) again corrupting the correct path to the image. I think that this is caused by HTML 3 not knowing base path to the image.

One way around this would be to have HTML 3 use the absolute path to the image thus insuring the correct path.

Any help would be appreciated.


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