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    I am using [portal:url]  for generating the path to my images, like :

     img src="http://[portal:url]/portals/0/Images/Carousel/50fc4d56-c5ec-4907-a0e3-9f40af82dcc9.jpg"

    The output contains the localiztion and obviusly the path is wrong:


    What is the best way to working with images in a Html module ?



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      You should use relative URLs by omitting the http://[portal:url]/ completely, i.e. by typing /portals/0/Images/Carousel/50fc4d56-c5ec-4907-a0e3-9f40af82dcc9.jpg as the src attribute for an image.

      Paras Daryanani


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        If you are talking about SKIN then you can use <%=SkinPath%> it will return you the path up till your skin folder in DNN. 


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        Rashid Imran Bilgrami

        3ART Technologies
        Experts in Analysis, Design & Development for DNN and SharePoint Solution
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