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Help me Please.

Hey everyone I'm new to this groups thing and thought maybe someone can
help me.

My problem is that I can't view specific images on only one website.

www.baseballu.net is my baseball team's website and after I click
"photo albums" on the left of the screen and then click "2006 Baseball
U Summer Team Pictures," all of the pictures in the album have that
annoying red "x" next to them. I am unable to view the images. Guessing
that the coach simply added them to the website incorrectly, I called
up some of the players on the team and they said they saw that same red
x next to every picture. But when they click on the red x, they are
able to view the images.

I adjusted all of my browser settings like I was told to do, and still
nothing. Can someone please tell me what I have to adjust. I've done
almost everything possible under the Internet Options. I'm coming to a
dead end and help would really be appreciated. Thank you

~Mike D

Aug 21 '06 #1
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Couple of suggestions:
1) "Help me Please" is not a very good choice of subjects for a newsgroup
post asking for help. "Need help with viewing images from web page" would be
a lot more appropriate. "Help me", "Urgent" and stuff like that is a big
turn-off to lots of folks.
2) If you post some sample code, people will get a better idea of what may
need fixing. Your description of the issue is OK, but some sample code would
be a lot better.
Peter
--
Co-founder, Eggheadcafe.com developer portal:
http://www.eggheadcafe.com
UnBlog:
http://petesbloggerama.blogspot.com


"Mi********@aol.com" wrote:
Hey everyone I'm new to this groups thing and thought maybe someone can
help me.

My problem is that I can't view specific images on only one website.

www.baseballu.net is my baseball team's website and after I click
"photo albums" on the left of the screen and then click "2006 Baseball
U Summer Team Pictures," all of the pictures in the album have that
annoying red "x" next to them. I am unable to view the images. Guessing
that the coach simply added them to the website incorrectly, I called
up some of the players on the team and they said they saw that same red
x next to every picture. But when they click on the red x, they are
able to view the images.

I adjusted all of my browser settings like I was told to do, and still
nothing. Can someone please tell me what I have to adjust. I've done
almost everything possible under the Internet Options. I'm coming to a
dead end and help would really be appreciated. Thank you

~Mike D

Aug 21 '06 #2
Do you understand what I'm talking about? You think you can help me
out?

Peter wrote:
Couple of suggestions:
1) "Help me Please" is not a very good choice of subjects for a newsgroup
post asking for help. "Need help with viewing images from web page" would be
a lot more appropriate. "Help me", "Urgent" and stuff like that is a big
turn-off to lots of folks.
2) If you post some sample code, people will get a better idea of what may
need fixing. Your description of the issue is OK, but some sample code would
be a lot better.
Peter
--
Co-founder, Eggheadcafe.com developer portal:
http://www.eggheadcafe.com
UnBlog:
http://petesbloggerama.blogspot.com


"Mi********@aol.com" wrote:
Hey everyone I'm new to this groups thing and thought maybe someone can
help me.

My problem is that I can't view specific images on only one website.

www.baseballu.net is my baseball team's website and after I click
"photo albums" on the left of the screen and then click "2006 Baseball
U Summer Team Pictures," all of the pictures in the album have that
annoying red "x" next to them. I am unable to view the images. Guessing
that the coach simply added them to the website incorrectly, I called
up some of the players on the team and they said they saw that same red
x next to every picture. But when they click on the red x, they are
able to view the images.

I adjusted all of my browser settings like I was told to do, and still
nothing. Can someone please tell me what I have to adjust. I've done
almost everything possible under the Internet Options. I'm coming to a
dead end and help would really be appreciated. Thank you

~Mike D
Aug 21 '06 #3
re:
Do you understand what I'm talking about?
More importantly, do *you* understand what Peter is talking about ?

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<Mi********@aol.comwrote in message news:11**********************@m73g2000cwd.googlegr oups.com...
Do you understand what I'm talking about? You think you can help me
out?

Peter wrote:
>Couple of suggestions:
1) "Help me Please" is not a very good choice of subjects for a newsgroup
post asking for help. "Need help with viewing images from web page" would be
a lot more appropriate. "Help me", "Urgent" and stuff like that is a big
turn-off to lots of folks.
2) If you post some sample code, people will get a better idea of what may
need fixing. Your description of the issue is OK, but some sample code would
be a lot better.
Peter
--
Co-founder, Eggheadcafe.com developer portal:
http://www.eggheadcafe.com
UnBlog:
http://petesbloggerama.blogspot.com


"Mi********@aol.com" wrote:
Hey everyone I'm new to this groups thing and thought maybe someone can
help me.

My problem is that I can't view specific images on only one website.

www.baseballu.net is my baseball team's website and after I click
"photo albums" on the left of the screen and then click "2006 Baseball
U Summer Team Pictures," all of the pictures in the album have that
annoying red "x" next to them. I am unable to view the images. Guessing
that the coach simply added them to the website incorrectly, I called
up some of the players on the team and they said they saw that same red
x next to every picture. But when they click on the red x, they are
able to view the images.

I adjusted all of my browser settings like I was told to do, and still
nothing. Can someone please tell me what I have to adjust. I've done
almost everything possible under the Internet Options. I'm coming to a
dead end and help would really be appreciated. Thank you

~Mike D


Aug 21 '06 #4
Hey Mike,

The filenames for the images have been inserted incorrectly. They're missing
the extension such as .jpg.

baseballu/photos/tn/tn_clemson field
It's not your computer... I don't see the pictures either. I also don't see
them when I click the placeholder (the red x).

Contact the person who sent the photos to see if they can fix it.

BTW, this is not the correct newsgroup for this issue. This newsgroup is for
programming in ASP.NET.

Ken
Microsoft MVP [ASP.NET]

<Mi********@aol.comwrote in message
news:11**********************@p79g2000cwp.googlegr oups.com...
Hey everyone I'm new to this groups thing and thought maybe someone can
help me.

My problem is that I can't view specific images on only one website.

www.baseballu.net is my baseball team's website and after I click
"photo albums" on the left of the screen and then click "2006 Baseball
U Summer Team Pictures," all of the pictures in the album have that
annoying red "x" next to them. I am unable to view the images. Guessing
that the coach simply added them to the website incorrectly, I called
up some of the players on the team and they said they saw that same red
x next to every picture. But when they click on the red x, they are
able to view the images.

I adjusted all of my browser settings like I was told to do, and still
nothing. Can someone please tell me what I have to adjust. I've done
almost everything possible under the Internet Options. I'm coming to a
dead end and help would really be appreciated. Thank you

~Mike D

Aug 21 '06 #5
Ok thanks Ken, yeah I apologize for that like I said, I'm new and after
googling "browser settings," I found a link to this forum, so I decided
to post in here.
Thanks
Ken Cox [Microsoft MVP] wrote:
Hey Mike,

The filenames for the images have been inserted incorrectly. They're missing
the extension such as .jpg.

baseballu/photos/tn/tn_clemson field
It's not your computer... I don't see the pictures either. I also don't see
them when I click the placeholder (the red x).

Contact the person who sent the photos to see if they can fix it.

BTW, this is not the correct newsgroup for this issue. This newsgroup is for
programming in ASP.NET.

Ken
Microsoft MVP [ASP.NET]

<Mi********@aol.comwrote in message
news:11**********************@p79g2000cwp.googlegr oups.com...
Hey everyone I'm new to this groups thing and thought maybe someone can
help me.

My problem is that I can't view specific images on only one website.

www.baseballu.net is my baseball team's website and after I click
"photo albums" on the left of the screen and then click "2006 Baseball
U Summer Team Pictures," all of the pictures in the album have that
annoying red "x" next to them. I am unable to view the images. Guessing
that the coach simply added them to the website incorrectly, I called
up some of the players on the team and they said they saw that same red
x next to every picture. But when they click on the red x, they are
able to view the images.

I adjusted all of my browser settings like I was told to do, and still
nothing. Can someone please tell me what I have to adjust. I've done
almost everything possible under the Internet Options. I'm coming to a
dead end and help would really be appreciated. Thank you

~Mike D
Aug 21 '06 #6
micky,
i looked at the html src for one of the images and it reads:

<A href="javascript:history.back();">
<IMG src="baseballu/photos/Duds%20Denn%20Pre%20game" border=0
alt="..." >
</A>

i hope it is as obvious to you as it is to me... your image path has no file
extension.
if you try and browse to this URL then you get redirected back to your home
page, which explains why the image does not show.

also, your site caused firefox to crash, thought you might like to know. it
is probably related to whatever plug-in is used on the site.

lastly, why does the hyperlink for the image link to the previous page?
this seems counter-intuitive to me, normally clicking on an image brings you
to a larger/full-size version.

tim
Aug 21 '06 #7
JT
To all:
It seems apparent to me that micky did not create the site, he just
stumbled onto this forum and thought some wise and merciful people
might be able to help. I'm sure he doesn't believe that now.

Tim_Mac wrote:
micky,
i looked at the html src for one of the images and it reads:

<A href="javascript:history.back();">
<IMG src="baseballu/photos/Duds%20Denn%20Pre%20game" border=0
alt="..." >
</A>

i hope it is as obvious to you as it is to me... your image path has no file
extension.
if you try and browse to this URL then you get redirected back to your home
page, which explains why the image does not show.

also, your site caused firefox to crash, thought you might like to know. it
is probably related to whatever plug-in is used on the site.

lastly, why does the hyperlink for the image link to the previous page?
this seems counter-intuitive to me, normally clicking on an image brings you
to a larger/full-size version.

tim
Aug 21 '06 #8

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