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Apr. 04, 2004, 12:01 AM
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Can anyone tell me why any of the thumbnails at the following link will not display their respective images when clicked -- all I get is a marker with an "x"?

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What is odd is that when I display the thumbnails on my local computer the images work just great but when I publish these thumbnails to my Web server I get what I described above.
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Apr. 04, 2004, 12:24 AM
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Hi "~Mozerd~",
I think it's probably some kind of "Active Content" disabled by Your Fire-wall, Browser, or Proxomitron. I would check each one to see what was "enabled" or "disabled", & Pop up the log window on Proxomitron and see what filter are being "triggered" by the link.

I think that it would be helpful is we knew some more information about Your Set-up.
Best Wishes,
"~JaK~" =:-)

PS: "Site works for Me, . .cute baby".
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Apr. 04, 2004, 01:27 AM
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mozerd Wrote:Can anyone tell me why any of the thumbnails at the following link will not display their respective images when clicked -- all I get is a marker with an "x"?

Thumbnails

What is odd is that when I display the thumbnails on my local computer the images work just great but when I publish these thumbnails to my Web server I get what I described above.
I get "http://members.rogers.com/webstart/DSCN3826.JPG" when I click on the first picture.

I know what the problem is.

Your code is as follows:

<a href="page1.htm"><img src="DSCN3826.JPG">[/url]

It should be:

<a href="page1.htm"><img src="DSCN3826.jpg">[/url]

Notice the lettercase "jpg". Due to Rogers' scripting and features, it is case-sensitive.

Also, I'm a customer of Rogers as well Big Teeth
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Apr. 04, 2004, 01:46 AM
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Kye-U Wrote:Your code is as follows:
<a href="page1.htm"><img src="DSCN3826.JPG">[/url]
It should be:
<a href="page1.htm"><img src="DSCN3826.jpg">[/url]
Notice the lettercase "jpg". Due to Rogers' scripting and features, it is case-sensitive.

Also, I'm a customer of Rogers as well Big Teeth
That's it! -- Thank You very much. Big Teeth
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