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I am lookign at my code to try and figure out the cause of a problem with
images on my website. I just added SSL to my website, and I changed most of
the lines in my code where images were looking for
http://website/images/xxx.gif to https://website/images/xxx.gif. however,
there is ONE icon.image, that seems to want to always refer to
http://website/images/xxx.gif.

I tried to set some breakpoints in my code to see what is going on, and
while doing that, I came across some interesting items. Most notably, where
I have
td><img src="images/bg_1.gif" alt="spacer" width="50" height="12"
border="0"></td>
<td><img src="images/spacer.gif" alt="spacer" width="1" height="12"
border="0"></td>
<td><img src="images/bg_2.gif" alt="spacer" width="100%" height="12"
border="0"></td>

on any of my html pages, the src is in red, and as i step thru the code, it
will tell me that src is not declared, or img is not declared. now all of my
images seem to show up except for that one. and that one image seems to have
a dynamically generated path, because whe nI right click, on what is suppose
to be the image, it will tell me the location is http://website/images as
opposed to httpa://website/images
Mar 22 '06 #1
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