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    image not showing in firefox or internet explorer

    I have created a webpage myself which will run temporarily until my permanent website is designed. But as I am not a web designer and have taught myself how to do basic HTML, of course I am having problems.

    The site is a 1 pager with a PDF image. The image can be seen perfectly in safari but not firefox or internet explorer (I haven't tried other browsers).

    I hope some of you tech geniuses can help me out until I find someone to do the real thing for me. Let me know if you need more info.

    P.S. apologies for the clumsy html script!

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    Can you provide a link to the page in question or post the HTML here. if the forum will not let you add a link just paste the URL like so:

    mysite dot com.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gijo2009 View Post
    The site is a 1 pager with a PDF image.
    PDF image?! Are you sure it's PDF? If so - then why is it PDF instead of the more common image format like PNG/JPG/GIF?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Varelse View Post
    PDF image?! Are you sure it's PDF? If so - then why is it PDF instead of the more common image format like PNG/JPG/GIF?
    I was curious about the same thing.


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