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Need help with wordpress.?
I am trying to change my rss icon and entered the needed icon code as follows:
class="boldtxt"><img src="<?php bloginfo('template_url'); ?>image/RSS_by_hectorbambino.jpg" align="left" border="0"
But when I go to my site the icon does not appear.
What am I doing wrong?
- timepathLv 51 decade agoFavorite Answer
Like the previous answerer said, check to make sure your opening and closing tags are all there, for both the <img> and the whatever the element is that contains the "boldtxt" class.
Other things to check:
1. Is your image path correct? Make sure the template_url is pointing to the correct path to the image. You could try direct-linking to the image (as in using <img src="yoursite.com/image/RSS_by_hectorbambino.jpg"/>) instead of using <php_bloginfo(template_url)> just so you can see if that makes a difference.
2. If the path is correct and the image isn't showing up, make sure you've entered the file name correctly in your code. Make sure the image actually exists on the server.
3. Make sure you transferred the image to your server in binary mode. Sometimes images get messed up if they're transferred in ASCII (text) mode. Check the help files for your FTP program to find out how it handles binary and ASCII transfers, and then re-send the file as Binary.
I'm 99% sure that your problem is due to the path being incorrect in your <img> code or that the file name is misspelled.
- 1 decade ago
Check your source from your browser. Many times this will help.
But from what you provided, it looks like you're missing the opening '<' for your class and the closing '>' for the <img> tag. But that's probably because you clipped it.
What does bloginfo("template_url") output? Try including an output somewhere on the screen, elsewhere in the code. Something like: <?php echo bloginfo("template_url") ?>
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