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    Senior Member foodbiz's Avatar
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    Need some help on this fckeditor, the images don't seem to come out right! any ideas guys?? http://www.hoopnutsncandies.com/index.php?case=FAQ the image doesn't show instead I am getting \"\"
    thanks!!
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    For some reason, you have escaped all the double quotes, so your img tag is looking for a file named http://www.hoopnutsncandies.com/images/roast.jpg\

    As you can see, it has that cloSing \ . Your image is not being loaded, so your alt text is displayed instead.

    Furthermore, your alt tag is escaped too,
    HTML Code:
    <img src=\"http://www.hoopnutsncandies.com/images/roast.jpg\" alt=\"\" />
    Should be
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    <img src="http://www.hoopnutsncandies.com/images/roast.jpg" alt="alt text" />
    Try that.

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    tried that too!!! still no go??!!



    Code:
    <img src="http://www.hoopnutsncandies.com/images/roast.jpg" alt="custom nut roasting" />

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    Are you using some Content Management System to make these changes?

    As in your source code, that line actually reads
    HTML Code:
    <img alt=\"custom nut roasting\" src=\"http://www.hoopnutsncandies.com/images/roast.jpg\" />
    Also check this forums syntax highlighting, the URL is not picked up.

    Edit: how it should look..
    HTML Code:
    <img alt="custom nut roasting" src="http://www.hoopnutsncandies.com/images/roast.jpg" />

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    wow... I am still not getting this... a little frustrating
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    Like I say, for some reason, you, or the script that you use to modify your pages, are escaping quotes.

    Just for that image though it seems

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    yah! I don't even know why I put up this editor to begin with .... LOL

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    We use this editor at work for some projects, and it is a royal POS. We just have yet to find a sufficient editor to replace it.
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    All HTML editors are generally pieces of ****. FCKEditor is the best one I've run across, however.


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