Discussion in 'CZ Support Zone' started by Tio, Jun 11, 2004.
To see some of the pictures that read a red x??? If not, what do I need???
The red X normally appears because of a few reasons.
1. The web address to the pic is incorrect.
2. The pic is no longer at the web address.
3. The site that hosts the image (if you are taking it from a web site) does not allow remote linking...means they do not let it be used on other websites.
4. Could possibly be a pic that is the wrong format (not a .gif, .jpeg)
I do not know why your sigline image is not working....I think it has something to do with the idea that google held the image...but the image is not longer of the web page that google got it from...if that makes sense to you.
I am sure there have been times you have did an image search on google and seen an image you like...but when you click on the image to get the full sized one it says the page no longer exists...I think that is what is happening with your pic.
Hmmm....*pretends to understand*................interesting...
Well I tell you what you should do.
Do another google search....when it brings up a pic you like...click on that pic until the web page only shows that PIC. This will ensure that the pic is still on a site.
Once you get that far you will right click on the address and use it.
Here follow these links....
This one was for a Roy Williams Cowboys image search...
I found a pic that was cool in the third row and clicked it...
Notice the pic is on the page but if you look at the upper left hand section of the screen....click on that picture...
Here is the link to that....
See how much smaller the address is this way...and it also does not contain the google address in it?
I think in your other pic it was just showing up on the first google image...but it did not show up when you went to the actual page....google is weird like that...it will hold the image but the image will no longer be on the actual page sometimes.
BTW....that pic would make a nice sig line image for you...with your username.
I took the liberty of fixing the codes in your sig to make it work.
You can go in like your are going to change your sig to see what codes I worked.
I am sorry I misunderstood your first question...VB uses some of it's own codes.
Here is a link to the VB codes