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All of my images are appearing with a broken image icon in design mode:
Everything is showing up and functioning perfectly in live mode and in my browser. Below is my code:
What's causing this? I can't seem to find a solution online, just people saying that design mode in Dreamweaver is unreliable. Surely a problem this simple has a fix.
Assuming all images are in the local site's images folder, and your code is validating without errors, try restore preferences.
Thank you for responding. Unfortunately, that did not fix my problem.
Edit: I forgot to add that this code validated without errors. Also, yes, the pictures are all contained within the local site's image folder.
Do you have any other recommendations? This seems like quite a basic problem to not have a fix. Is Dreamweaver just that broken?
I can replicate the problem by changing the the image path as follows:
In other words, Is Dreamweaver just that broken?, no it is not.
I don't understand what you did to fix it. It looks like you have your image folders within different assets folders. I don't understand what that does to help.
I would think it isn't an image path problem because the images function in my browser and in live mode.
I can't reproduce your problem at my end.
Files are on my primary hard drive, and images are in RGB. I tried reinserting the image as well. After a clean install, every picture still shows a broken image icon.
Does this happen with ALL files in ALL sites?
Can you create a new test page with this code?
<!doctype html> <html lang="en"> <head> <meta charset="utf-8"> <title>Image Test</title> <meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=edge"> <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1"> </head> <body> <img src="https://dummyimage.com/500x500" alt="placeholder"> </body> </html>
Yes, all files in all sites.
I confess I'm at a loss. It could be a display issue, it could be an OS issue.
Maybe technical support can sort this out.
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