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I'm observing issue with linked images not displaying in either Firefox
1.5b2 or IE6 when running on Win XP (they display fine in either browser
on W2k).

Example problem HTML is:

<a href="largepict.html" title="Blah" alt="Blah" target="_new">
<img src="images/smallpict.jpg" /></a>

For the image to display in either browser on XP I have to use the
following HTML:

<a href="largepict.html" title="Blah" alt="Blah" target="_new"></a>
<img src="images/smallpict.jpg" />

Needless to say the image is no longer linked to higher quaility image on  

What am I doing wrong. Is the target="_new" entry casuing the conflict.

I did find I can do the following:

<a href="bigphoto.jpg" title="Blah" alt="Blah" target="_new">
<img src="images/filename.jpg" /></a>

No problems here. Opens a browser window displaying the jpeg photo. But I
wish to open a html page in the browser window.

BTW no URL as this is not on a public server.

Thanks for any ideas.

Re: Linked images not displaying

Woodmon wrote:

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Without a URL, any answer you get would be a wild guess pulled out of
thin air. Few people want to waste time with such a guessing game.

I suggest you find a public server and put up a test page. Most ISPs
give their users at least some free web space. Why not use it?

In a pinch, you can even get some free server space at yahoo/geocities,
though there are plenty of low-cost hosting services out there these
days. You can get your own space for way less than $50 a year, including
a domain name.

Reply email address is a bottomless spam bucket.
Please reply to the group so everyone can share.

Re: Linked images not displaying

Woodmon wrote:

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It's invalid markup. Didn't you check this before asking the world to
help you?

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You are not telling the facts, like the URL, just your hypotheses.

You have a typo on...let me see... line 42, column 42, I think. It could
be somewhere else, too. Anyway, your markup is probably so wrong that it
  would be easiest to rewrite it from scratch.

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Probably not, but it's wrong too (on two accounts: the value violates
the specifications, and the very attribute is harmful).

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Do you mean you have no problem in authoring for the WWW, then? F'ups
trimmed accordingly.

Yet, if you want help, you find a way to give us the URL.

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