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Hello All,
I have done an application with many images. I've placed these images in the Apache server's htdocs folder. But when I run my application, it comes without the images. I don't know what the problem is.Please help.
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priya kannan
 
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Check your error log file to see what is being requested and check the file paths.

 
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Hi Priya,
Are u using relative path for loading images? just change it to absolute path : <A HREF="http://<hostname rel="nofollow">:<portnumber>/images/<filename>" TARGET=_blank>http://<hostname>:<portnumber>/images/<filename>;
for testing purpose.
also make sure that images directory is there in htdocs folder.
and check the error log file.
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