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Hi guys..Good Day!

I just want a little help why my dynamic image from mySQL database will not display in firefox but with IE it will. Ive created a table to hold the image where i only save the image path which was located in the server folder img.

This is the code to get the image location/path in mySQL.

mysql_select_db($database_nmpc_web_conn, $nmpc_web_conn);
$query_rec_img = "SELECT * FROM images ORDER BY id ASC";
$rec_img = mysql_query($query_rec_img, $nmpc_web_conn) or die(mysql_error());
$row_rec_img = mysql_fetch_assoc($rec_img);
$totalRows_rec_img = mysql_num_rows($rec_img);

This is now the code where i load the image path and display it in a div..

<div class="right-pic medium-pic">
<a href="<?php echo $row_rec_homeheadlines_center['pic_zoom']; ?>" title="2011 General Assembly Program Cover" id="single_image" class="picture"><img src="<?php echo $row_rec_homeheadlines_center['pic_normal']; ?>" alt="GA Program Cover" />
<span class="zoom"></span></a>			
</div>

And this is the CSS

.right-pic {
	display:block;
	float:left;
	margin:6px 40px 30px 0;
	position:relative;
	width:100%;
}

.medium-pic {
height:170px; width:275px;
}

Image path view in MySQL DB is something like this pic\Pic_Mix\pic1_s.JPG

Thank you in advanced for helping.

God bless!

Edited by blocker: n/a

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Of the code after you run your page? I would like to see what IE and Firefox are putting into the boxes where your PHP code is..

Also, are you looping through your images?

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Yes im looping the table to get all the images..

But anaway guys, this solves the problem.. In IE the image with path pic\Pic_Mix\pic1_s.JPG is acceptable but in FF will not.. but if i changed all the \ to / both will work.

Thank you for giving time..

God bless!

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Yes im looping the table to get all the images..

But anaway guys, this solves the problem.. In IE the image with path pic\Pic_Mix\pic1_s.JPG is acceptable but in FF will not.. but if i changed all the \ to / both will work.

Thank you for giving time..

God bless!

Glad it's working for you! / vs \ is http vs local ..

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