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HTML Introduction to HTML and CSS (2016) Adding a New Web Page Write the HTML

I can't get the photo I want to show up on my resume!

I think I typed the code correctly. I tried other pictures, and they worked, so only the one I wanted wouldn't show up.

<img src="images/tongueshiba.png" alt="Shiba, Web Developer" class="tongue-shiba">

(Edit) I fixed it! The problem was that I had named the picture incorrectly in Finder and so Workspaces didn't know what I wanted.

2 Answers

Michael Hulet
Michael Hulet
47,912 Points

The blue question mark means that your code is referencing a resource that isn't there. It's hard to know the exact problem without knowing more about your file structure, but make sure that there's another folder called images in the same folder as your HTML file, and in that images folder, there's an image named tongueshiba.png

Thank you, but I figured it out!

Michael Hulet
Michael Hulet
47,912 Points

To re-answer the new question, you generally shouldn't delete a question. While there should be a "delete question" near the "edit question" button, it's generally better to leave all your questions intact so others who're having similar problems can find it later and learn from it.