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Thread: Annoying Missing Images




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    On every single new review you folks write there is a missing image right next to the reviewers name. I have two screenshots below of your two latest articles sharing this problem. It started when you switched servers and I dont know if you just have not caught it yet or the images where accidently deleted. I have tried multiple machines, browsers, and operating systems. :) Every image loads but this one.

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    And here is another page with same problem as stated above.

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    Ah those where pic's of the authors though a lot of ppl didn't like them. :smokin:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wiggo
    Ah those where pic's of the authors though a lot of ppl didn't like them. :smokin:
    <center>:cheers:</center>
    I really enjoyed them... I think it makes the site more professional looking. An empty space for an image makes the entire page look bad.

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    I think its valid, a lot of popular publications use a pic of the author in the byline. Print media has been doing it for years.

    And no matter how good the content of the page is, the missing pic gives it a second-rate appearance. Doesn't affect the pertinence of the article in any way, it just makes the page look less than proffessional.

    I vote for either restoring the pic files, or losing the IMG tags:confused:

    I mean, how would you feel if your latest issue of playboy had a big x where the centerfold is supposed to be. OK, this isn't exactly the same, but you get my point now. :laugh:
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    I think that the reason that most ppl didn't like them was that they weren't particually very good pic's. Better pic's would've been better as some were distorted to fit the size required and others weren't very good poses. :smokin:
    <center>:cheers:</center>

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    Now don't get me wrong, I'm not criticizing anyones physical appearance. Nor am I judging anyones skill with a digital camera or their photoshop abilities.
    I am however agreeing fully with outvit, the little x 's just take a great webpage and give it a 2nd class appearance.
    It is a simple enough remedy to remove the IMG tags and have the pages look as good as they deserve to be.

    Just my 2 cents worth:geek:
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    Oh yes I do realise that they don't look good. <img src="http://members.optushome.com.au/wiggo100/mecry.gif">

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    LOL
    I apologize, I guess me and outvit taking turns whining just got to be a bit much.: party ha
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    NEVA!!!!!!
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