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Old 01-30-2011, 04:02 PM   #4
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Originally Posted by susan_cassidy View Post
You may need to not sure relative links like the one shown above. Just use something like <img src="image001.jpg" />. Then, import the picture, as well as the HTML file in Mobipocket Creator. The link should then resolve. Sometimes Mobipocket Creator is weird about what directory it is looking in for files, so you might have to play with that.
No, you don't want to import the picture into Mobipocket Creator. If you do that, the picture will end up in the book TWICE - once where it's linked, and again, separately at the end of the book. Only your book's HTML files should be in the manifest (the list of files making up the book), NOT the pictures. Mobi Creator will find the pictures from their URLs when you build the book.
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