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    Does anybody have any idea why on the web page when I click "Click here for a map of the Cité" and "Click here for a map of the Brownstone," I get a blank page with a little white X on the upper left? I get the same problem when I'm navigating this web site from my hard drive. The image that those links point to definitely exists and is in the right folder, so I have no idea why this is happening. When I link to other images in those folders, it works fine. Is there some kind of a property in those images that doesn't lend itself to being displayed in IE?

    When I view those links in Firefox, I get this message: "The image “http://tellerbooks.com/bornoflove/In...u_Liban_4.jpg” cannot be displayed, because it contains errors." What kinds of errors can they possibly contain, since they are simple JPGs?

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    I just went to http://tellerbooks.com/bornoflove/In...du_Liban_4.jpg and it worked fine in FF3.6,Opera and Safari for windows with Win7 but the red cross with IE8. The full link would appear to be <img style="-webkit-user-select:none" src="http://tellerbooks.com/bornoflove/Includes/Maps/Maison_du_Liban_4.jpg"

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    I don 't understand; I can see http://tellerbooks.com/bornoflove/In...du_Liban_3.jpg perfectly fine but http://tellerbooks.com/bornoflove/In...du_Liban_4.jpg gives me a red X, both in Firefox 3.6 and in IE 8.0, and the only difference I know of between the two images is that the latter is sepia tinted and the former black and white.

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    I figured out the problem!

    The Mode of hte Image was CMYK. IE can't display that. I had to convert the Mode to RGB. Then it worked.

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    JMT

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