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image from my desktop isn't showing <!DOCTOTYPE html> <html> <head> <title>MUNGAI WEAR</title> <h1><big>URBAN OUTFITTERS</h1></big> </head> <style> body{background-color:black} h1{background-color:pink} h1{color:purple} h2{color:pink} h3{color:pink} </style> <body> <h2 align="middle"><big>....home of Fashionists</big></h2 > <h2> <p><ul align="left" > <li>About Us</li> <li>Contacts</li> <li>Home<hr /> </li> <image src="img_conto2.JPEG" alt="urban clothes for men" width="275px" height="225"> </h2> </ul> </h2> <h2>Location:Naivasha town,opp.Luxur Towers</h2> <h2 align="left">CONTACTS;</h2> <h3 align="middle">Tel no. 0739971929</h3> <h3 align="middle">Fb:@Urban Outfitters</h3> <h3 align="middle">Instagram:Urban_Outfitters</h3> </body> </html>

12/4/2019 3:36:37 PM

stagg Oneill

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Where is your code situated? On pc in html file?

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stagg Oneill Avoid using backslashes (\) in your path. Instead use forward slash (/). Also, avoid using spaces in your paths. It looks like your image filename is: image_conto2.JPEG I can't tell if that is a typo or not. Try copying that file and renaming it to something simple like, "test.jpg" and move it into the same folder as the HTML file. This will be a temporary test for you to simplify things until you see what the problem might be. Change your img tag to: <img src="test.jpg" /> If that doesn't work, then create a copy of your HTML file and rename it to test.html. Then reduce your HTML to only include the following: <html> <body> <img src="test.jpg" /> </body> </html> If image still doesn't appear after doing everything exactly as instructed with no typos, test that you can open the image using your browser. If not, the image might be bad. There are other scenarios I could include, but let's see if any of these work first.

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Try to copy disk adress too and the tag is <img src=""> not <image src=""> also you write <!DOCTOTYPE html> its <!DOCTYPE html>

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And change name tag from <image...> to <img...>

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stagg Oneill Your comment is ambiguous... "**this one too is not working ** When i run it the image appears but it does not open☹️" What do you mean by "it does not open"?

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Friend write <!DOCTYPE html> Not <!DOCTOTYPE html> Then use <img> tag not <image> tage

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Used proper path

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and in the rest of the htm code a lot of errors, does not match the order of closing tags, lost closing tag p near your ul list...

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Why you put h1 tag into head? He dont be visible. Write it into body

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your code contains a lot of errors, there is still a lot that does not work

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Try write your html code here in Sololearn in section "codes { }". You know, how upload img to cloud storage and get external full link from there? for example from dropbox?

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This is very funny! 🤣 stagg Oneill Your comment is ambiguous... "**this one too is not working ** When i run it the image appears but it does not open☹️" What do you mean by "it does not open"?

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From the look of your code the image source is from your desktop pc. Sololearn doesn't generate images from desktop storage, so i suggest you generate the link online and apply

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Where is your code situated

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You have to write <Img src="image.jpg"> Instead of <Image src="image.jpg">

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Ярослав Вернигора(Yaroslav Vernigora) you have written <!DOCTOTYPE html> , it's DOCTYPE

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Then your html file must be near images in one folder. If your images located in other folder you must write in img tag src="\folder name\img_conto2.JPEG" (if this is subfolder) Or src="..\folder name\img_conto2.JPEG" (if img folder is located in the folder at a level higher than html file)

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Its not working man

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<img src="..\HTML MUNGAI\image_conto2.JPEG">