[thelist] RE: external URL logo not displaying

Daryl Brown daryl at browncowmedia.com.au
Mon Oct 25 07:43:21 CDT 2004

check that you don't have capitals in places where there are none in the
links. Web servers nknow the difference between Uppper and lowercase;
desktop PC's don't.

Daryl Brown
Brown Cow Media
Sydney Australia

> -----Original Message-----
> From: ANDREA STREIGHT [mailto:astreight at msn.com]
> Sent: Mon, 25 October 2004 6:52 PM
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> Subject: [thelist] RE: external URL logo not displaying
> What causes an external URL logo to not display?
> I was given code for a logo for Museum of Computer Art to display
> on my art
> site. It shows that my site has been "critically reviewed and selected by
> MOCA as a distinguished computer art site". So I'd really like to display
> this logo graphic, like an award.
> I copied and pasted the code from the email sent to me.
> Only a rectangle, with a tiny box with an "x" in it in upper left
> corner of
> rectangle, is displayed.
> I went back into the blog template. Looked at that pasted code. Looked
> corrupt. It had >> after the URL and before the <img src= portion of the
> code. So I changed it to read />
> Then I looked again, and the "http://" destination was repeated, rendered
> twice, in the code. I deleted the redundancy.
> Still no good.
> I know this is basic, fundamental HTML problem, but there is so
> much corrupt
> code out there, and I'm no programmer. I'm just groping around in
> the dark.
> All I have to aid me is Thomas Powell's book WEB DESIGN: THE COMPLETE
> REFERENCE (Osborne/McGraw Hill).
> What HTML book should I buy as a handy reference for such problems?
> Or what web site provides quick answers to these template tweaking issues?
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