> link as originating with the STYLESHEET, not the page linking to the
> stylesheet, so if your image is not at the same folder level as the page,
> then you could see a missing image). The solution is to use ROOT RELATIVE
> links for such images.
> I don't know of any others. You are safe using JPG images as long as you
> manage these other issues.
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> "Bill Ray" <billbillraydrums.com_BLAH> wrote in message
> > I have some gradients and drop shadows so the Jpeg format will work. I