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    Question some images not being displayed in Firefox ??

    Hiya,

    This is my first post in this forum. I have found many answers previously

    I have spent many hours searching the web for an answer, but i have not found anything that can help... It could still be a simple / basic problem

    The website [removed] has many images on the homepage, but the Flags (Chinese and German) do not display (located top right of the page). Everything else does ?? really confusing. Fine in IE (all versions) ...

    If anyone can shed some light on this for me , would be great....

    Am prepared to do most things in return ... lol
    Last edited by jnailer; Jul 14, 2006 at 00:25.

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    Works for me in Firefox

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    There is an unknown entity (non SGML character) at the beginning of each image link:

    Code:
    img src="HERE/common/stdimage.nsf/images/ch-flag.jpg/$file/ch-flag.jpg" Alt="China"></a>
    I would imagine this is causing the problem.

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    Re: Zachnefein reply

    Cheers,

    It seems that you are seeing the same thing as me, really strange thing though, is that when you "view source" you can see that the HTML is perfect.


    <img src="/common/stdimage.nsf/images/ch-flag.jpg/$file/ch-flag.jpg" Alt="China">

    Really strange... I have tried deleting the line of code and re-creating it.

    I have run out of ideas...

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    Fixed.... Just tried re-typing the line and seperating the images between extra <td> tags ...

    still strange how a special character popped in there..

    Thx for reading this Thread and posting any replies


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