I am having problems with my website displaying in IE. It validates in Firefox and all the pics and my logo looks great, but when i load it in IE there is no logo and some of my pics dont display. I dont know what to do to fix this. Can someone please help my?

What website, of the billion/trillion or so on the web, which one is yours,
what code isnt working, in what language,
psychic assistance is much more difficult.

Are your pictures in some strange format?

The website is not loaded yet. I have used XHTML code and some very basic CSS. The pics are .jpg and .bmp, nothing funny.

In the example below the logo, navigation bar and first image do not display in IE, but the next image does. I am baffled! Any advice will be appreciated!! Thank you in advance.

<p class="banner"><img alt=""src="Logo.jpg"width="*"height="*"/></p>

<div id="navigation">
    <a href="PWBU Home.html"><img alt=""src="Catagories/Home.jpg"width="*"height="*" cellspacing="20" cellpadding="5" border="0"/></a> 

    <a href="Directory.html"><img alt=""src="Catagories/Directory.jpg"width="*"height="*" cellspacing="20" cellpadding="5" border="0"/></a> 

    <a href="Advise From Professionals.html"><img alt=""src="Catagories/Advise from professionals.jpg"width="*"height="*" cellspacing="20" cellpadding="5" border="0"/></a> 

    <a href="Contact Us.html"><img alt=""src="Catagories/Contact Us.jpg"width="*"height="*" cellspacing="20" cellpadding="5" border="0"/></a> 

    <a name="top"></a>

    <a href="#A">A</a> |
    <a href="#B">B</a> |
    <a href="#C">C</a> |
    <a href="#D">D</a> |
    <a href="#E">E</a> | 
  <h2><a name="A"></a>A</h2>
  <p>[ <a href="#top">Top</a> ]</p>
  <p>no listings yet!</p>
  <h2><a name="B"></a>B</h2>
  <p>[ <a href="#top">Top</a> ]</p>
  <img src="Directory/Beyond Events.jpg" alt="" name="two" border="0" width="110" height="60" /> 
<p>contact infomation 
  <img src="Directory/Blandre events.JPG" alt="" name="two" border="0" width="75" height="100" /> 
 <p>contact infomation 


it couldnt be as simple as the foldernames, Catagories categories, could it?
feel free to slap me by proxy if its a stupid response <p>__________________________________________________________</p> is easier to write as <hr /> or <hr class='hr2' /> for alternate styling(s)

I wish it was that simple. Unfortunately I have checked that and all my folder names are correct. I feel like tearing my hair out at this stage. I am really at my wits end.

Thanks for the horizontal rule tip though! How do I make it shorter though? It doesn't look nice stretched across the entire page.

<style type='text/css'>
hr { width:80%; color :#ddeedd; background:#ddeedd; }
.hr1 { width:50%; color:#00ff00; background:#00ff00;text-align:center; }
.hr2 { width:75%; text-align:right; }
.mb { width:80%; border-bottom:5px solid #ff0000; }
<!-- or in external stylesheet by preference -->
<hr />
<hr class='hr1' />
<hr class='hr2' />
<hr style='width:50%; height:5px; color:#ff0000; background:#ff0000;' />
<p class='mb'> this is a slightly tacky HR effect<br />in border-bottom</p>

color and background set to the same color, IE uses one, FF uses the other

Never put spaces in filenames intended to be sent over the internet. Also do not use special characters in such filenames.

Only Windows allows that. Most servers do not allow spaces in filenames. Spaces in filenames are not part of the http definition. IE may not allow them.

You may also find that sometimes the file works, and sometimes it does not, depending on what particular path through the Internet the request takes. Some computers along the path may interpret spaces and special characters as separators or special commands.