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> Interesting issue. I have a database storing file locations for some images in
> the .tif format. I then created my web page and have a link that uses the
> value in the database. when i click on it, i get the red x. however, if I
> copy and paste the link into my browser, the images pops up as it should. Am I
> missing something here?
I don't think browsers can display TIFF files unless they have a plug
in.... tiff images are way too big (file size) to be using in a webpage
yeah...i'm not a fan of TIF files myself. They were here prior to my arrival so not much i can do about it except with work with what i got. i did find a free viewer called BravaReader to use. Seems to do the trick.
> yeah...i'm not a fan of TIF files myself. They were here prior to my arrival
> so not much i can do about it except with work with what i got.
Open them in Fireworks or ImageReady, and export them as JPEGs.
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