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  • Hello

    I experienced this same problem in IE9 so downloaded/installed IE10, but I still have the same problem.

    I have a Web page on my desktop (win7 PC) with several images on it. Two of the images are my own (created in Photoshop) - a png and a jpg. I don't think I have renamed their extensions but I work with photos all day, so maybe I have - but that shouldn't make any difference, should it? I cannot see the images in IE though I can see their 'placeholders'. This is what I have in my HTML:

    <img src="images/title1.png" width="336" height="73" alt="Name" />

    <img class="left" src="images/tiger_main.jpg" width="138" height="151" alt="Tiger" />

    Those two words in the 'alt' tags, namely, 'Name', and 'Tiger', I can see on my Web page in their placeholders - but not the images themselves. However, I CAN see the images in Safari (on my Windows 7) and Firefox. To make matters more confusing, when I upload my Web page to my server, I CAN see the images in IE10.

    Back to my desktop. When I have the Web page open and right-click on where the images should be, then Properties, I am NOT able to see the path - that applies to both images. Likewise, if I right-click on both images and select 'Show Picture', nothing appears.

    I did restore Custom Settings under the Security tab in Internet Options but that made no difference, so I have reset them to 'Medium'. If I then go to the Advanced tab of Internet Options, I can see that under 'Multimedia', Show Pictures is selected.

    Thanks for any help.

    Blueie

    Tuesday, February 4, 2014 5:07 AM

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  • hiiiiiiiiiiii,

    have you tried using other image, it may be an issue from the specific image.

    Monday, February 10, 2014 5:15 AM
  • Hello

    I experienced this same problem in IE9 so downloaded/installed IE10, but I still have the same problem.

    1.I have a Web page on my desktop (win7 PC) with several images on it. Two of the images are my own (created in Photoshop) - a png and a jpg. I don't think I have renamed their extensions but I work with photos all day, so maybe I have - but that shouldn't make any difference, should it?

    2.Back to my desktop. When I have the Web page open and right-click on where the images should be, then Properties, I am NOT able to see the path - that applies to both images. Likewise, if I right-click on both images and select 'Show Picture', nothing appears.

    Thanks for any help.

    Blueie

    1. the difference is night:day. Of course it does make a difference. Firstly: "title1.jpg" is not equal to "title1.png". Secondly: You are also using a relative path, which is tricky on local paths because they use file protocol, which is case sensitive on a system browser. So make sure that letter case is correct and identical. For instance: src="images/tiger_main.jpg" does not match with:  src="Images/Tiger_main.jpg" on local documents.

    2. That's a clear sign that your paths to local files are incorrect

    Monday, February 10, 2014 11:41 PM