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    Red face Is This The Right Way?

    www.MyWazzu.com I'm trying to figure a way to put Photoshop on my site. The paw at the top right is only visual when I have Norton Antivirus off. Is there a way to publish my files so that it will always be up?

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    Your question is sort of unclear. Do you mean you're trying to figure a way to put a photoshop [file] on your site? The paw should appear whether or not norton antivirus is on or off.

    <img src="/images/paw.jpg" />

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    The only universal image formats are JPEG's GIF's and PNG's, therefore you may not place a photoshop (.psd) file on a webpage

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    Quote Originally Posted by pcthug
    The only universal image formats are JPEG's GIF's and PNG's, therefore you may not place a photoshop (.psd) file on a webpage
    That's what I thought he/she meant at first, but I saw his/her paw image is in GIF format, that's why I was unsure what he/she was asking exactly.

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    Try this solution to your image problem

    Noroton Anti-virus takes your image as an advertisement because your site has advertisement link on the top.

    Try changing the width and height of the image

    I don't know why but if you make the width=125 and height=125 the image cannot be displayed, see the effect in www.gokeshar.com/aa.htm

    May be the original width and height of the image is 125px. So try using the size other the the original size of the image.
    Keshar
    Last edited by Keshar; 03-05-2006 at 02:56 AM.

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