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I guess that your problem has to do with relative paths in your website, but itís hard to know the exact problem if you do not show us a little snippet of your source code.
Try using the dot syntax. If your page is in widgets/page01.html, and your image is in images/img01.jpg, your source attribute for the img tag should be ../images/img01.jpg.
Itís the only solution i can think of right now.
Hope that helps.
<IMG SRC="images/earth_03.gif" WIDTH=84 HEIGHT=29 ALT="">
ONMOUSEOVER="changeImages('earth_02', 'images/earth_02-earth_06_over.gif', 'earth_06', 'images/earth_06-over.gif', 'earth_07', 'images/earth_07-earth_06_over.gif', 'earth_08', 'images/earth_08-earth_06_over.gif'); return true;"
ONMOUSEOUT="changeImages('earth_02', 'images/earth_02.gif', 'earth_06', 'images/earth_06.gif', 'earth_07', 'images/earth_07.gif', 'earth_08', 'images/earth_08.gif'); return true;">
<IMG NAME="earth_06" SRC="images/earth_06.gif" WIDTH=90 HEIGHT=21 BORDER=0 ALT=""></A></TD>
<TD COLSPAN=2 ROWSPAN=4>
gave you this as it as a href in it, sorry i cant make any more sense but i really am a beginner.
If you don't have a web server installed you are prob. better off using relative to document so link would be "jupiter.html" rather than "/jupiter.html" HTH
<td><img src="../../images/head_search.gif" width="84" height="12" alt="" border="0"></td>
<td><input type="text" size="10" name="Terms" maxlength="255"><img src="../../images/head_searchgo.gif" width="17" height="18" alt="" border="0" hspace="4"></td>
i have no idea what head_searchgo is, i have copied and pasted some text from another site, could that cause this,
when i look at site navigation however ot shows all pages linked ok, and indeed it does link from one page to the next but images still go on 1st click then 2nd click nothing will display.
please help i'm going mental.
head_searchgo.gif appears to be an image reference left over from your copy-and-paste ;)
My advice is to explore Dreamweaver further: particularly the "Code and Design" view. To sort out HTML problems you will need a working knowledge of how to write html code. There's loads of good html tutorials just a google away :)
May seem a pain now, but it will save you time and frustration now and later...