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    Embed Pictures (Front page 97)

    <img src=/S/brickwall.gif border=0 alt=brickwall width=25 height=15> I have a web site that I am creating in the HIVE environment (not my choice) I am creating the pages in front page 97 and up-loading them but I am having problems with the graphics. I have added the graphics in 2 different ways (insert/image and insert/clip) but neither way embeds the image in the document can anyone instruct me on how to embed the pictures in the document. The pictures are simple jpg files.

    Any help that can be offered would be greatly appreciated. Any feed back from anyone who has worked in the hive environment would also be greatly appreciated.

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    Vicki

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    Re: Embed Pictures (Front page 97)

    I'm curious - what does HIVE stand for?

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    Re: Embed Pictures (Front page 97)

    At a guess - X-Hive ?

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    Re: Embed Pictures (Front page 97)

    Strictly speaking, images are not embedded in a web-page - they are added to the page as the browser renders the HTML.
    Are you uploading the web page and the graphics?

    The code for an inserted image will look something like:
    [img]images/mypicture.jpg[/img]
    - when the page is loaded in your browser, it adds the "mypicture.jpg" from the folder "images".

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