I've been seeing a strange problem that looks like the web host server is removing an img tag from a web page. The host's tech support says it isn't possible for the server to do this. I saw it after trying to add a link with an icon. The code seems pretty simple:
<a href="http://validator.w3.org"><img src="images/valid-xhtml10.gif" alt="Valid XHTML 1.0!" height="31" width="88" /></a>
When my browser loads a page with this snippet in it, the link/image doesn't show up. If I look at the source in the browser, the entire img tag is missing! If I just change the width attribute to 89 or 87, everything is ok. Also if I just remove the width attribute, everything is ok. Am I going insane or just doing something stupid? I have an example of this here
. I thought this might be a bug in Internet Explorer so I tried downloading the page listed above via GetRight and opening it in notepad. The img src tag was removed. If I download the page via ftp and open it locally, everything is correct.
Thanks for the help.