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You are putting these images onto an HTML page? Show me the page, please.
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"help_please892" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Can anyone please help me with my problem. I uploaded images from my
> onto my computer. Then tried to upload them into dreamweaver but when they
> out there is a big "X" with a grey backround. and it is enlarged. I am
> sure it has to do with the images but im not sure what to do. If anyone
> help i would really appreciate it. Thanks.
Im putting the images onto a starter page for the product listing page. Im trying to put it into the image holders they have already placed.
Are you resizing the images to the appropriate sizes?
Images right out of your camera are probably bigger than most peoples screen resolution, not to mention their browser page size. If you try and put those there, they will take so long to download, it may seem like a broken links on a page.
Also, if your starter page has named images, you will need to change those to match the names of your images. Also check that they are in the right folder. The page may be pointing to someplace other than where you put them.
Last, as Murray said above, provide us a link so we can look at your code and see what else might be wrong.
It's hard to tell from just a description. There are dozens of things that could cause this kind of problem.
I would click on "grey box" and resize to desired size. If all photos are to be uniform in size then use this sizing for all. Usually a gey box appears when the picture file can't be found. Make sure your code is correct for where the picture is. I put all of my pictures/images in a file called images.
The code would then look something like this: <"img src="images/photo2.gif" height="250" width="300">. Upper and lower cases matter, so make sure that is correct, too.
hey just to let you know i got it to work. It seemed like my pixel sized werent correct and i had to export my pictures. thanks for your suggestions.