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January 16, 2009, 2:09 pm
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Can anyine help me out on this one?
On my computer I built a website to view homevideos. I shared the folders
containing the pages and videos so I can view them on other computers in my
Everything works except the viewing using "img dynsrc" on other machines in
the network (I get the missing objecticon).
Computer A = the machine containing the websitedata
Computer B = machine which uses shared folders to view the site
This works as well on Computer A as on Computer B
<a href = "..\..\..\homevideo\tape 01\Film020202-fvo-jaap.wmv">
This works on Computer A but DOESN'T on Computer B
<img dynsrc="..\..\..\homevideo\tape 01\Film020202-fvo-jaap.wmv"
Absoute path html-pages: "D:\fotoboek\html"
Absoute path videofiles: "D:\homevideo\tape XX\film"
Is it the path (absolute / relative), the slashes (forward / backward)? I
tried several things and combinations, but can't get it working.
Re: img dynsrc - problem
I have no idea what "dynsrc" is. Surely it can't be html (unless it has
eluded me for 20 years or so. I remember a "low src" or "lowsrc", but
that is long gone.)
Anyway, if you're using html, even for an intranet, the slashes should
best be forward.
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