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From "Riaan Bredenkamp" <riaan...@ananzi.co.za>
Subject [users@httpd] not displaying images from DocBook created HTML
Date Mon, 16 Feb 2004 14:57:21 GMT
I suspect that this is a question you have seen 100's of times, but I have
been throught the FAQ and could not find any answer.
I have used Docbook to produce HTML (using chunk.xsl if you are familiar
with Docbook) the HTML is as follows :

<!--
<div class="informalfigure"><a name="Mathew.png"></a><div
class="mediaobject"><img src="resources%5Cresources_11496_.png">
-->
"resources%5Cresources_11496_.png"  translates as -->
"resources\resources_11496_.png"
In the apache access.log file I get the following message:
127.0.0.1 - - [16/Feb/2004:16:47:54 +0200] "GET
/fundamentals/resources%5Cresources_11496_.png HTTP/1.1" 404 317
yet the file is in the Fundamentals/resources folder.I have gone through the
httpd.conf file and have read
the part stating that
where a referance to a file is made , you need to use a forward slash, and
not a backslash.
And yes as you will know by now I am running this on a M$ system. I am
testing out the website,
and have to deliver th4e content soon to a class on the LAN
(It is a Manual) We have worked hard on the diagrams and it would be a pity
if we could not use them.
Any clever way of making apache look for the file like this:
Apache Group\Apache2\htdocs\Fundamentals\resources\resources_11496_.png,
and not in Apache
Group\Apache2\htdocs\Fundamentals\resources/resources_11496_.png ?
bear in mind that we are going to end up with a document close to 1000 txt
pages,
with perhaps 200 diagrams, I would not want to go and edit the HTML manually
after the DocBook XSLT
processor has finished with it.
Regards
Riaan






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