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Loreto Gomez
Hallo:
 
    I’ve been trying to add an image to the web page but for the moment It’s been impossible to visualize it.
 
I add the following to the ftl file:
 
<img  src="../images/poweredby_big_ffffff.png" width="100" height="113" alt="My image">
the path of images folder is the following:
Desktop\proyect\src\main\resources\images
I’m using freemarker 2.3.19
This is what I get on the browser.
image
Thanks for your help
Loreto
 
 
 
 

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Re: Inclusion of images in webpage

Daniel Dekany
This has nothing to do with FreeMarker actually. The image is loaded
by your browser, not by FreeMarker. The image URL is resolved by the
browser relatively to the URL where the FreeMarker-generated page
appears. That final URL then must point to the visitable URL of the
image.


Sunday, April 5, 2015, 1:21:19 PM, Loreto Gomez wrote:

> Hallo:
>  
>     I’ve been trying to add an image to the web page but for the
> moment It’s been impossible to visualize it.
>  
> I add the following to the ftl file:
>  
> <img  src="../images/poweredby_big_ffffff.png" width="100" height="113" alt="My image">
> the path of images folder is the following:
> Desktop\proyect\src\main\resources\images
> I’m using freemarker 2.3.19
> This is what I get on the browser.
>  
> Thanks for your help
> Loreto
>  
>  
>  
>  

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Re: Inclusion of images in webpage

Loreto Gomez
Hallo Daniel:

    Thanks for your answer, but I still have some doughts.

    Its not clear for me where FreeMarker-generated page appear.

     Do you know where I can see that path?

Thanks
Loreto

-----Mensaje original-----
From: Daniel Dekany
Sent: Sunday, April 5, 2015 6:44 PM
To: Loreto Gomez
Cc: [hidden email]
Subject: Re: [Freemarker-devel] Inclusion of images in webpage

This has nothing to do with FreeMarker actually. The image is loaded
by your browser, not by FreeMarker. The image URL is resolved by the
browser relatively to the URL where the FreeMarker-generated page
appears. That final URL then must point to the visitable URL of the
image.


Sunday, April 5, 2015, 1:21:19 PM, Loreto Gomez wrote:

> Hallo:
>
>     I’ve been trying to add an image to the web page but for the
> moment It’s been impossible to visualize it.
>
> I add the following to the ftl file:
>
> <img  src="../images/poweredby_big_ffffff.png" width="100" height="113"
> alt="My image">
> the path of images folder is the following:
> Desktop\proyect\src\main\resources\images
> I’m using freemarker 2.3.19
> This is what I get on the browser.
>
> Thanks for your help
> Loreto
>
>
>
>

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Re: Inclusion of images in webpage

Daniel Dekany
Is this a Web page? Then in the address bar of the browser.

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Sunday, April 5, 2015, 6:57:37 PM, Loreto Gomez wrote:

> Hallo Daniel:
>
>     Thanks for your answer, but I still have some doughts.
>
>     Its not clear for me where FreeMarker-generated page appear.
>
>      Do you know where I can see that path?
>
> Thanks
> Loreto
>
> -----Mensaje original-----
> From: Daniel Dekany
> Sent: Sunday, April 5, 2015 6:44 PM
> To: Loreto Gomez
> Cc: [hidden email]
> Subject: Re: [Freemarker-devel] Inclusion of images in webpage
>
> This has nothing to do with FreeMarker actually. The image is loaded
> by your browser, not by FreeMarker. The image URL is resolved by the
> browser relatively to the URL where the FreeMarker-generated page
> appears. That final URL then must point to the visitable URL of the
> image.
>
>
> Sunday, April 5, 2015, 1:21:19 PM, Loreto Gomez wrote:
>
>> Hallo:
>>
>>     I’ve been trying to add an image to the web page but for the
>> moment It’s been impossible to visualize it.
>>
>> I add the following to the ftl file:
>>
>> <img  src="../images/poweredby_big_ffffff.png" width="100" height="113"
>> alt="My image">
>> the path of images folder is the following:
>> Desktop\proyect\src\main\resources\images
>> I’m using freemarker 2.3.19
>> This is what I get on the browser.
>>
>> Thanks for your help
>> Loreto
>>
>>
>>
>>
>


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