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Logo pre-nav won't show up

 

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marcgm
CANADA
2 year(s) ago
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Hello,

Sorry, this has been posted thousands of times but I can't get an answer to this is I've done as explained, and what seems to have worked for other people doesn't work for me.

I've uploaded a .jpeg logo to my root folder and added the emplacement as:
in the pre-nav Text window.

I am getting a default image as a result. Would this be related to the size of my jpeg or is the html I entered improper? Any help would be appreciated.

marcgm
CANADA
2 year(s) ago
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Sorry. The code I entered is

marcgm
CANADA
2 year(s) ago
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  1.  <img src='/marc-grimpe-m.com/logoSITE-01.jpg'/…;
wfergs
UNITED STATES
2 year(s) ago
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I use the following line of code on my site:

  1. <img src="address.com/files/image.jpg" /…;

Of course, replace address with your domain and /files/image.jpg with the appropriate location. Hope this helps.

wfergs
UNITED STATES
2 year(s) ago
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Just checked your site. Looks like you entered your address incorrectly in the code. You should use:

  1. <img src="marc-grimpe-m.com/files/logoSITE-01.jpg" /…;
arsondpi
GREECE
2 year(s) ago
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* what wfergs means is that you're missing the http:// and a / at the end of the img tag. There's many threads around for this... Just search :-)

marcgm
CANADA
2 year(s) ago
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Thank you wfergs and arsondpi. I believe I've done what you suggested but still, no show. Do the spaces I put in-between / and whatnot play a role? Initially, I put ' but wfergs, you've put ". Does that change anything? I'll go back to older threads again and see what I've maybe missed, I know it's suck a rookie mistake.

marcgm
CANADA
2 year(s) ago
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  1. <img src=" /marc-grimpe-m.com/files/logoSITE-01.jpg" /…;
arsondpi
GREECE
2 year(s) ago
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Delete spaces and delete the backslashes that you typed before your domain name.
I think this is very simple to implement - if you still can't get it right I suggest you do a quick web search on "img tag".

marcgm
CANADA
2 year(s) ago
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Of course. Thank you arsondpi, it works. Wfergs, you gave me the written answer but it seems I still found a way to mess up. Thank you to both of you.

Kind regards.

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