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Images not showing up with Internet Explorer

Thread began 7/19/2010 12:35 pm by mjlowery2010409736 | Last modified 7/20/2010 11:08 am by Jason Byrnes | 1492 views | 5 replies |

mjlowery2010409736

Images not showing up with Internet Explorer

Hello,

I have created my website using the PowerStore300 software. I have been testing my website with various web browsers. When I open the website with Internet Explorer, the pictures that I have uploaded onto the home page of the site are not showing up. All I am seeing in the fields are the different thumbnails for the files. When I open the page in other browsers like firefox, chrome, or safari, the pictures do show up. Is this a problem in one of the PowerStore300 files that I need to change??

-Mike

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

please post a link where I can see the problem to look into the cause.

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mjlowery2010409736

the URL for my website is: www.healthhomesolutions.com

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

This seams to be a server level problem, if i try to access the image directly:
2ladies.jpg

FireFox and safari will show the image, but tat same address in IE does not work.

I would contact the host to have then look into why images are being served differently to IE then they are to other browsers.

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mjlowery2010409736

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Jason,

After contacting my hosting provider, they looked at the source code for the homepage in the two different browsers, firefox and internet explorer. Both of the source code brought up in the different browsers had the same reference to the uploaded images. I am wondering if this is a fix that needs to be done in one of the files located within the PowerStore300. I noticed a file named ie6.css within the folder. Does this file contain info about how internet explorer reads the certain images?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

yes, the code is the same no matter what browser you are using, this is what leads me to believe it is a server level issue.


By accessing the image file directly:
2ladies.jpg

I am taking the power store code out of the equation.

looks like there might be a problem in the way the image was saved. I downloaded the image file to my desktop and tried to open it in IE and it still wouldn't work. The only way I could get it to show in IE was to open it in PhotoShop, then resave it as a jpg.

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