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HTML How to Make a Website Creating HTML Content Build the Footer

Alli Semans
Alli Semans
723 Points

Logos will not appear on preview. Only says, "Twitter Logo" and "Facebook Logo" where icons should be.

I thought my workspace was identical to the one in the video, but the icons will not appear in preview. For the footer on the website, it says "Twitter Logo" and "Facebook Logo" where the icons should be. The words still act as links though, and it takes me to my social media pages when I click on them. How do I get the actual image to show in preview?

1 Answer

Tanja Schmidt
Tanja Schmidt
11,798 Points

The problem lies probably in your href-link. Do you have your images in an extra folder? Then your internal link should start with the name of that folder. For example, if your image folder ist named img and your picture is named facebook-logo.jpg, your internal link should look like: href="img/facebook-logo.jpg" That totally depends on where your image itself and the folder that contains it are placed. But without seeing your code and your file tree it's a bit of a guessing game. Hope this helps though! :)