is it my footer div tag that screwing up my image?

+1 wiliam pierce · February 14, 2015
ok. ive been trying to figure out how to insert an image into my code to no avail. i appreciate
the help ive gotten so far. is it because of my div tag. my html5 code

        <div id="footer">     
 <img src="snake.jpg" alt="here tis" style="width:304px;height:228px">
 </div>

there in the same folder and name is correct: any thoughts? thanks again.

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0 Abdullah Nauman · February 17, 2015
Glad you finally sorted it out :) 
+1 wiliam pierce · February 14, 2015
it is done! thanks to the people here and some online trouble shooting. thanks to everyones help. im
sure this wont be the only issue I encounter but at least it was overcome.
btw, the problem wasn't having the files in the same folder it was was
microsofts photo editor not working right.

SOLUTION I USED:
place pic used to desktop(not directly in file, at least yet)
click picture'
when pic is up, right click to "open with" choose ms windows live
phot gallery.
when pic comes up again copy.
paste pic on desktop.
put THAT file into folder.
verify it works
do my happy dance!

hope this helps someone avoid some of the frustrationI encountered
and thanks you everyone.
0 Jay Deshaun · February 14, 2015
Yea, it's the image then because JPEG or JPG are supported in almost every known/popular software.
0 wiliam pierce · February 14, 2015
getting rid of the div tag made no difference. my folder contains my notepad++(which contains both my
html5 and css} and the image I wish to use. it is named correctly. when I try to open the image
from the folder I get:

"window photo viewer can't open this picture because either photo viewer doesn’t support this file format, or you don’t have the latest updates to photo viewer"

ive run the scan Microsoft recommends to no avail but I now believe this is the culprit.
0 Jay Deshaun · February 14, 2015
If the image can be opened on your computer then it's not the image.
If you could view the image in the browser then the link to the image is good.
If everything is good above then it just relates back to the site being able to show the image, only through CSS(3)

Cause the html(5) tags are all normal until you change the properties for them using CSS(3).
+1 Abdullah Nauman · February 14, 2015
Also, try removing your div tag, and see if the image shows up. If it does, then the problem is with the footer, if not then the problem is probably with img source. 
+1 Abdullah Nauman · February 14, 2015
do you have any CSS associated with your footer 
0 wiliam pierce · February 14, 2015
i just quick want to point out that when i try to click this image
i just get "windows photo viewer cant open this picture " and im working
on that as well
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