Hi folks, We're working with an outside agency who is developing in .Net. We are implementing part of their code on WebLogic (JSPs) due to a story too long to tell. For their images (and other paths as well) they are using: src="..images/image.gif" Which works fine in their environment. However, when WebLogic needs to grab an image, the ../ is not relative. We have to call /images/ instead. So, I asked them to change all the references since the images dir resides in the root anyway. Their developer comes back and tells me it doesn't work for him. Since when is /images/ not mean the root in IIS or .Net? Furthermore, isn't using relative paths far less scaleable? If I decide to move pages around with the relative path I'm in trouble. If I'm always pointing to the root where the images dir always is, I have no problem. Is there something I am missing here? I am at home at cannot test our local version of what they delivered, but it seems like he's nuts or I've missed something. When I changed their relative paths for the stylesheet and JS files, it all worked just fine. TIA Tom http://www.pixelmech.com/ "I was in a convenience store reading a magazine and the clerk came up to me and said "This is not a library". so I said, "All right, I will talk louder then!"