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From Michael Gordon <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Problems with Rendering Images
Date Wed, 19 Mar 2008 03:03:16 GMT

I don't think this is an Apache issue unless you have not set the 
mime/types correctly for image formats.

I think it may be a web browser issue, or a third party software issue 
blocking your .tif image files.

What web browser are you using.

Please provide a URL to one of your image files on a web host.


Liz Kim replied On 3/18/2008 7:27 PM
> I have a very simple html file which includes two images:
> <img src="images/1.jpg">
> <img src="images/2.tif">
> The path to the files are correct and I can view both the files on my 
> browser by directly
> going to the src path.  However, when this html file is viewed, the 
> tif file appears broken.
> Any ideas?  Do I have to enable some setting to be able to render tif 
> formats when embedded
> into a file? 
> I can easily convert this to a different format, but I need to have a 
> tif file showing on this page.
> Any ideas?
> Thank u

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