And if you disable your ad blocking software which is seeing the "banners"
folder as a possible source of a banner ad? Do you have the IE7Pro Addon
No problems on my machine. Vista x86 SP1 IE7.
To test try renaming your "banners" folder to "bananas" (or some other name
that may not be confused for a possible ad source, eg. ad, click, adsense).
or run IE7 in no-Addons mode - Start>(All) Programs>Accessories>System
Tools>Internet Explorer (no-Addons).
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN"
<html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" >
) top left;">
To organize your Photos try a product like Windows Photo Gallery or Google's
Picasa (both are freeware from Live and Google respectively).
You can use Categories and Tags to organize your photos which may be in the
same physical folder so that you don't have to change the links in your
existing web pages. It should save you a lot of time.
download.live.com or picasa.google.com
You should be able to see on your web logs 1 hit from Australia for that
banners folder, very early Sunday Morning (your time), from me when I tested
"Allen Watson" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> If an image file for background image is more than one level deep in the
> folder hierarchy, IE7 fails to display it. This CSS line does not work:
> url(http://unityportland.org/_Media/banners/LisaAndKids.jpg) top left;
> This one does.
> background:#485649 url(http://unityportland.org/_Media/LisaAndKids.jpg)
> All that is different is that the image file has been moved up one level
> the directory structure.
> This is an egregious bug that ought to be fixed. I'm trying to organize my
> image files by type of content--people, buildings, banners, etc.--and
> because of this bug, it isn't possible. Beside the fact that I wasted
> literally days of work trying to figure out why the image was displaying
> every other browser I tried, including IE6, Firefox, and several Mac
> browsers, but not in IE7.