Just bought excellent “Build Your Own Website The Right Way Using HTML & CSS” and am seeking to find the picture divers-circle.jpg. There are answers in the forums but they’re all old and the links they contain don’t take you to the code archive (as far as I can make out). Can anyone point me in the right direction as to where they are now, please? Many thanks. GT
Welcome to the forums, @graham_tillotson.
I think this is what you’re looking for:
Thanks very much TechnoBear - at long last I think I’ll be able to find everything referred to in the book. But …
I have now downloaded the divers-circle.jpeg picture and, as a temporary measure, saved it to my desktop. But where should it be kept so that the HTML code knows where to find it? After I have incorporated the picture specification exactly as written in the book, when I look at the resulting web page I just get a blued-out blank rectangle with a question mark in the middle - so it’s clearly expecting a picture but doesn’t know where to find it!!
Any help greatly appreciated!!
I have not seen that book yet, but what does the
src attribute fir the
img elements which holds the image look like? The path should give a clue to the correct directory for it.
If you’re looking at this line of code:
<p><img src="divers-circle.jpg" width="200" height="162" alt="A circle of divers practice their skills"/></p>
Then the image needs to be saved in exactly the same location as your html file.
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