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    Problem with Images

    Hi,

    The images with .jpeg extention are not being displayed on the web page, only .gif images are working. Why is this happening, and suggestions?
    And when I resize the images to my required size, the clarity is being lost. Can anyone suggest what can be done to maintain the clarity of the picture?

    Thankx
    Squirrel

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    make sure the extension is correct file.jpg...and make sure the file names are not
    capitalized on your server. file.jpg, not FILE.jpg or File.jpg.

    Can you post a link to the problem?

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    And when I resize the images to my required size, the clarity is being lost. Can anyone suggest what can be done to maintain the clarity of the picture?
    Are you trying to resize them using the img height/width attributes? That's your problem. Use a graphics program to size them properly and make the height/width match the pixel dimensions of the resulting image.

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    If they are trying to resize with HTML then the images are probably H-U-G-E and take forever to download. If they came straight from a camera then they will be at least 100 times bigger than they need to be for the web.

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    Quote Originally Posted by squirrel
    The images with .jpeg extention are not being displayed on the web page, only .gif images are working. Why is this happening, and suggestions?
    it is .jpg not .jpeg

    Quote Originally Posted by squirrel
    And when I resize the images to my required size, the clarity is being lost. Can anyone suggest what can be done to maintain the clarity of the picture?
    try using macromedia flash to increase the size of your image because it doesn't pixelate images. then after you have achieved your ideal size, save it up and you can display them on the webpage nicely

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    it is .jpg not .jpeg
    Shouldn't matter.

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    i suppose it does, if you try <img src="abc.jpeg"> it wouldn't display the images.

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    It would if that was how you'd saved the images. Just like .htm and .html

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    o.O interesting, thanks for clarifying my mistake

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    i suppose it does, if you try <img src="abc.jpeg"> it wouldn't display the images.
    Then there is either a file name mismatch or a server configuration problem.

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