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RE: Invisible Image

this bit


<td align="right">Customer Favorite</font></td>
has a spurious </font>.  It should be


<td align="right">Customer Favorite</td>

RE: Invisible Image

Thanks but the wo responses do not help.

Re: size1 and size2:  The image exists in both folders.  One is larger than the other but that is not the problem.

Re:  has a spurious </font>.:  When I fix that, it does not fix the image issue.

RE: Invisible Image

For giggles, I tried going directly to each image by entering the URL.  When I entered "http://employeeuniversity.com/store/media/videoimages/ss_size1/JohnCleese1.jpg", I was redirected to "http://www.employeeuniversity.com//training_development.htm" (notice the "//" between .com and training).  When I entered "http://employeeuniversity.com/store/media/videoimages/ss_size2/JohnCleese1.jpg", I got the image.  I suspect you have a directory named wrong or permissions problems for the ss_size2 directory.

"Retired Programmer".  So, please be patient.

RE: Invisible Image

Hence was why I pointed out they were in different folders.  I am sorry you did not state you knew they were in different folders before - that is why I pointed it out and hoped you would look further

If the image that is in ss_size1 is in any type of lower case and you are on a *NIX server, this could be the issue.  The image in ss_size1 could possibly be corrupted as well and either reuploading the image or consider "converting" the image to JPG might fix any problems


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