What causes to the red X to appear in place of "nonewposts.gif?" This didn't happen before. I use firefox now & neither the gif file or red X appear which is ok but I don't want IE users seeing red X's. Is it a browser setting? Is there something that can be written to override IE's settings? At least to make it not display. Don't know what it does in Netscape or Opera.
Its an annoyance & any help would be appreciated. Thanks, Sally
PS: the "go.gif" for searching the distance of a zip code does the same thing until clicked & then it goes away.
My index page: http://www.recyclebikerstuff.com/rbscommune/index.php
Here's a screen shot from IE: http://www.recyclebikerstuff.com/red_x.doc
Here's some source code from the index page:
<table width="100%" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" border="0">
<td class="lastphocol" align="left" nowrap="nowrap">
<span class="small">Sun February 4, 2007 00:20<br />by
<a href="http://www.recyclebikerstuff.com/rbscommune/member.php?uid=33">Tater Tot</a></span>
<td class="lastphocol" align="right">
<img border="0" src="/home/recyc6/public_html/rbscommune/images/nonewposts.gif" alt="" /></a>