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    Question problems with pictures not showing up!

    my site is http://www.humbleacreschinchillas.com

    in the photos link and the chinchillas information link there are some pictures that wont come up. i have gone over the html many times and it looks solid to me. what could the problem be?

    thank you
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    Check spelling of the image names and location? If not, did you make sure that these images are uploaded to the server?

    You should think about a better way to organise your files, rather having all of them in the same folder as your html documents create extra folders for the images.

    You might also want to add title and alt attributes to your images, and a few other things, for one I didn't see the links you pointed out due to the background colour of the menu.
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    SitePoint Wizard bronze trophy Tailslide's Avatar
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    The problem is that you've got:

    CarmInCage.jpg in the code when the image is actually:

    CarmInCage.JPG

    I'd change the extension of the photo on the server to .jpg.

    To make life easier I'd suggest not using capital letters at all and also avoiding using spaces in filenames. Less chance of typos.
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    On another note,
    Your navigation is really hard to read. Blue on purple. Why not make it white on purple so it will stand out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eruna View Post
    On another note,
    Your navigation is really hard to read. Blue on purple. Why not make it white on purple so it will stand out.
    yeah... It's quite hard to read... Try some color wheel available on the internet. I would be helpful in giving some suggestions on which color you might use.


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