Jun 27, 2000, 4:30 PM
Post #4 of 4
Sorry for the confusion. I will assume that you are browsing with IE (or a derivative of it) since IE is famous for allowing sloppy HTML to render. No need to disfigure yourself over it.
Re: <IMG> tag activate script?
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Using Netscape, I see in your post the ASCII Char Code for <, & l t (sans the spaces) before the IMG> rather than < before the IMG>. I just wanted to make sure that you are not using the the ASCII Char Code in your HTML. Obviously there is a difference.
But again, regardless of your HTML, if you want help with a script...you need to post the script you are having trouble with.
To answer the HOW: When a script is called as the source of the image tag, the script is expected to return the contents of the image, formatted properly.
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