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Within the prod desc page - How do I add graphics?


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When editing a product, in the product description field, I know I can add a table in html format - which for instance could contatin the product specifications.

 

I want to do a lot of work with it and have it looking nice and sexy, by putting graphics around the table - you know like a nice curvy graphical border.

 

However, if I put in the <img> tags - for example

 

<td><img src="images/infobox/upper_left.gif"></td>

 

After saving I would get extra "/" all over the place and it would not show the image.

 

Does anyone have a solution.

 

Thanks

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This might work....

 

A temporay work-around until you find out why the relative URL is not working is use the full URL....

 

<td><img src="http://www.myhost.com/catalog/images/infobox/upper_left.gif"></td>

 

HTH

Tom

 

Thanks, I'll give it a try, what's the implications? Other than it being a bit of work if I ever do something like change my directory structure or domain name?

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Just the extra work :-)

 

OK...it's not images it has a problem with but tables AND images....

 

It doesn't like this

 

<table border="0" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" width="100%">  <tbody>  <tr>  <td><img src="images/inner_boxes/upper_left.gif"></td>  <td align="center" background="images/inner_boxes/top.gif" valign="middle" width="100%">' . $msg . '</td>  <td><img src="images/inner_boxes/upper_right.gif"></td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td background="images/inner_boxes/left.gif"><br>  </td>  <td style="background: rgb(222, 225, 245) none repeat scroll 0%; -moz-background-clip: initial; -moz-background-origin: initial; -moz-background-inline-policy: initial;">

Test123<br>
Content etc<br>

<table border="0" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" width="100%">  <tbody>  <tr>  </tr>  </tbody>  </table>  </td>  <td background="images/inner_boxes/right.gif"><br>  </td>  </tr>  <tr>  <td><img src="images/inner_boxes/lower_left.gif"></td>  <td background="images/inner_boxes/bottom.gif">' . $msg . '</td>  <td><img src="images/inner_boxes/lower_right.gif"></td>  </tr>  </tbody> </table>

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Solved it.....

 

Taking out the speech marks is sweet.

 

Also, it does help if one puts the images in the correct place on the server!

 

:blush:

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