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Now this is strange Image shows on Mac browsers but not Windows


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ckofer

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Just built my 3d GL site for a track program in town: Strafford Track. Now this looks okay on my Macs (os x and ox 9) . Shows a nice banner on top. 2 Windows machines at home and a friend's show no banner.

I will admit that I just slashed away code on the header file from the stock professional theme to make this work but it does show up on my macs. I feel like I should install a poll: Can you see the image on top? .

Tell me what I did wrong so I can use this emoticon:


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ScurvyDawg

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I can not really see anything odd about your img tag. Maybe the extra space before your alt attrubute?

It works fine in Firefox but not in IE??


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machinari

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mozilla and firefox clean the code up for you so you wouldn't see the prob, but if you view source in IE then you'll see that the closing > of the opening TD just before the img tag is missing.

what is <td <img src="....

should be <td><img src="...

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ckofer

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Thanks. I'll bet that does it. I'll know soon. Should have seen that.

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ScurvyDawg

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Quote by machinari: mozilla and firefox clean the code up for you so you wouldn't see the prob, but if you view source in IE then you'll see that the closing > of the opening TD just before the img tag is missing.

what is td img src="....

should be td img src="...


Good catch.

ckofer

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One more Geeklog installation and my forehead is going to hurt! Thanks again for the help.


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