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the code, I uploaded the page and everything showsup good but I cant get the pics to show no matter what any ideas. I will go to a paying host as soon as a have a few pages more.

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where they should be, make sure all your images are uploaded to where you're pointing those image tags to.

for instance your background pic is located in your /images folder. . . you had to have uploaded it there, i guess? make sure the images you're trying to src are in the location you're designating.

when you place an image, your first for example,

the banner is said to be located here:

http://www.angelfire.com/retro/tii_1974/banner%20flag.jpg

have you uploaded the picture "banner flag.jpg" into your home directory? (/tii_1974)? once you upload that picture to that location it will work. be wary of the case used, also. like if the picture has a ".JPG" extension as opposed to ".jpg" - or any other part of the file name, for that matter.

i wont be in bed for a while, i'm finishing up University of California admission applications. this board is a welcome break =)

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except the three pics that are missing, so I upload them using the upload file thing. Now I cant get them to show up, all the pics are in the /images, directory.

Anyway I'll keep trying.

thanks

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I don't know why, but some file systems have a hard time with spaces and long (more than 8 character?) file names.

Also make sure you are referencing the correct directory. All 3 pictures are pointing to the root directory (http://www.angelfire.com/retro/tii_1974/) not the images directory (http://www.angelfire.com/retro/tii_1974/images/).

Sooooo the reference on one of the pictures should look like: img src="/images/killrmtr.jpg" alt="killer motor"align=right width="90" height="95" (assuming you change the file to killrmtr.jpg and it is in the "images" directory).

Make sense? e-mail me if you want further help.

garya@thefreesite.com

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