Rich Morin wrote:
<p> These two images only show up in preview mode.
<p>C <img src='images/3/3a/Segwayabbeyroad.jpg'
<p>D <img src='images_raw/Segwayabbeyroad.jpg'
<p> These two images show up in both preview and save mode.
<p>F <img src='/rdm/mediawiki/images_raw/Segwayabbeyroad.jpg'
This shouldn't be a surprise. In the first two examples above, you're
using _relative_ URLs. The browser converts them to absolute URLs based
on the URL of the page you're viewing. In preview mode that URL will be
which will yield the expected image URLs. When viewing the article in
normal mode, however, the page URL will look like:
which causes the browser to try to fetch an image named:
MediaWiki interprets that as a request for an _article_ named
"images_raw/Segwayabbeyroad.jpg", which obviously doesn't exists. (And
even if it did, it would be an article, not an image file.)