Very simple thing: I'm using an array to have a random imager on some new pages.
When I embed the img src in the array, I can't use the traditional "" around the .jpg, otherwise it messes up the array.
array("<img src=../images/someimage.jpg width=150 height=130 border=1 alt=Image Title>",
array("<img src="../images/someimage.jpg" width="150" height="130" border="1" alt="Image Title">",
Of course, the first example spits out the image code with no "" in it. I tested it in IE 5.0 and NN 4.7 - and it works. I know from our site stats that there's NO browsers below either of those examples.
But I'm wondering if a lack of "" around the img src tags will cause trouble in other browsers?
Any thoughts on this? Or how to work around it?
Thanks for your time