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Page history last edited by Andrea 13 years, 2 months ago

I made my title image for my webpage  (in photoshop as a .jpg) and I used a basic font, Arial, and it shows up very small and in Times New Roman on the webpage...why does it do this?

Comments (2)

Kathleen Culver said

at 12:59 pm on Nov 11, 2008

I suspect it's that the relative path to the image is broken, so what you're actually seeing is the alt text. Try deleting the image and inserting it again, making sure the index.html file and the image are saved in the same main folder (it's ok if image is then inside a subfolder). Then use the little tree to insert the image.

Andrea said

at 1:07 pm on Nov 11, 2008

actually it just fixed itself...I have no idea why, but it did! sorry!

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