Thank you, I thought of that but then I thought that ? was a correct character, and thus wouldn't have an equivalent.. I have changed it now the ? to %3f I don't know if this will solve the problem on a mac, but on PC it works as well as before. nice URL encode chart: http://i-technica.com/whitestuff/urlencodechart.html Cordialement, __ Alliax ~CV : http://LingoParadise.com/cv.php Un site pour Toulon : http://www.ToulonParadise.com Un site pour Renaud : http://www.rfaucilhon.com Un site pour Director : http://www.LingoParadise.com -----Message d'origine----- You need to URL encode http://www.rfaucilhon.com/photo.php?id=3 so that the /,:,?,= are changed to %XX equivalents.