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From Luis Moreira <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Images not visible in website
Date Wed, 29 Sep 2004 10:45:46 GMT
The "x" means that, if you are sure the image exists, you are referring 
to it with a wrong name or path.
If the image is on a Unix/Linux machine, a wrong name can come from a 
capital letter in the wrong place ("Image001" is different from "image001").
If the server is Windows, you can be using a wrong path (or name, for 
that matter).
This tag

<a href="images/foto.bmp">

is a relative one, and assumes that there is a directory called "images" 
under the "doc root", and that's were the image is.


Naveen B M wrote:

>I get a 'X' mark at the place where the image is supposed to be. This is an intranet site
and is visible from any other PC in the network, the only issue being that the image is not
displayed and i get only the 'x' and the image name in the place where the image is supposed
to be.
>----- Original Message -----
>From: Luis Moreira <>
>Date: Wed, 29 Sep 2004 10:49:20 +0100
>Subject: Re: [users@httpd] Images not visible in website
>>What exactly do you mean by "not able to see images" ?
>>What is the error you get ?
>>Are you pointing to the right paths ?
>>Have you looked into your log files (both error and access) ?
>>Is your site visible from the outside, or is it an intranet site ?
>>Naveen B M wrote:
>>>I am using Apache as the webserver in our installation of bugzilla, however, I
am not able to view any images in my webpage. I believe there is some configuration parameter
in apache configuration file, I will be glad if any insight is given in this regard, which
will enable me to view images/graphs.
>>>Thanks in advance
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