Linking to images from static sites
David A. Bayly
Fri, 26 Apr 2002 16:12:02 +0100
Just type "circlelogo" once you have created the shortcut (by however method).
>I tried the first option, and found that
><a href="http://22.214.171.124:8080/DIO/"><img src="circlelogo"
>height="88" width="88" border="0" alt="DIO home page"></a>
>didn't work. I assumed that was because the shortcut "circlelogo"
>still needed to be inside the html quotation marks, as in
><img src=""circlelogo"" height="88" width="88" border="0" alt="DIO home page">
> - but that didn't work either.
>At 03:28 PM 4/26/02 +0100, David A. Bayly wrote:
>>Load it as a picture and use a shortcut. The url would then point
>>to your dynamic site.
>>Place it on disk in your webserver folder. Whatever userl you use
>>to access it normally, just enter a short cut in your website .
>>mylogo <imng src = 'htpp://; ..../images/mylogo.gif' alt = 'logo'
>>width = '123' height = '123'> etc
>>>Thanks to your contributions I now have a working static site. I
>>>have one small problem. The dynamic site has a logo on each page
>>>which links to the home page. This .gif file resides in Frontier,
>>>and I link to it via an 'img src="' etc. in my template - possibly
>>>not the most elegant way, but it works fine.
>>>In order to reproduce the dynamic setup, where should I put the
>>>image, and how should I to link to it?
>>- David Bayly. Programmer and digest reader. dbayly at udena dot ch
>> Digest Readers do it once a day.
- David Bayly. Programmer and digest reader. dbayly at udena dot ch
Digest Readers do it once a day.