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0  images/app_icon.png → app_icon.png
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16 en/index.html
@@ -167,30 +167,30 @@ <h2 class="section-name">Images and Figures</h2>
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- <td>This is the simplest example of an ![MultiMarkdown Composer Icon](images/app_icon.png) embedded in a paragraph.</td>
+ <td>This is the simplest example of an ![MultiMarkdown Composer Icon](app_icon.png) embedded in a paragraph.</td>
- <td>This is the simplest example of an <img src="images/app_icon.png" alt="MultiMarkdown Composer Icon" /> embedded in a paragraph.</td>
+ <td>This is the simplest example of an <img src="app_icon.png" alt="MultiMarkdown Composer Icon" /> embedded in a paragraph.</td>
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- <td>This is an image example with a title attribute ![Alternate Message](images/app_icon.png "This is a title") embedded in a paragraph.</td>
+ <td>This is an image example with a title attribute ![Alternate Message](app_icon.png "This is a title") embedded in a paragraph.</td>
- <td>This is an image example with a title attribute <img src="images/app_icon.png" alt="Alternate Message" title="This is a title" /> embedded in a paragraph.</td>
+ <td>This is an image example with a title attribute <img src="app_icon.png" alt="Alternate Message" title="This is a title" /> embedded in a paragraph.</td>
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<td>This is the same image ![image3][] but with the attributes placed later on in the document.<br />
<br />
- [image3]: images/app_icon.png "This is where the title goes" height=40px width=40px</td>
+ [image3]: app_icon.png "This is where the title goes" height=40px width=40px</td>
- <td>This is the same image <img src="images/app_icon.png" alt="image3" id="image3" title="This is where the title goes" style="height:40px;width:40px;" /> but with the attributes placed later on in the document.</td>
+ <td>This is the same image <img src="app_icon.png" alt="image3" id="image3" title="This is where the title goes" style="height:40px;width:40px;" /> but with the attributes placed later on in the document.</td>
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- <td>When an image is placed in a paragraph, it is wrapped in a &lt;figure&gt; tag ![This is the figure caption][fig_id] [fig_id]: images/app_icon.png "This is where the title goes" height=80px width=80px</td>
+ <td>When an image is placed in a paragraph, it is wrapped in a &lt;figure&gt; tag ![This is the figure caption][fig_id] [fig_id]: app_icon.png "This is where the title goes" height=80px width=80px</td>
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- <p>When an image is placed in a paragraph, it is wrapped in a &lt;figure&gt; tag</p><img src="images/app_icon.png" alt="This is the figure caption" id="fig_id" title="This is where the title goes" style="height:80px;width:80px;" /> This is the figure caption
+ <p>When an image is placed in a paragraph, it is wrapped in a &lt;figure&gt; tag</p><img src="app_icon.png" alt="This is the figure caption" id="fig_id" title="This is where the title goes" style="height:80px;width:80px;" /> This is the figure caption
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16 index.html
@@ -167,30 +167,30 @@ <h2 class="section-name">Images and Figures</h2>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>This is the simplest example of an ![MultiMarkdown Composer Icon](images/app_icon.png) embedded in a paragraph.</td>
+ <td>This is the simplest example of an ![MultiMarkdown Composer Icon](app_icon.png) embedded in a paragraph.</td>
- <td>This is the simplest example of an <img src="images/app_icon.png" alt="MultiMarkdown Composer Icon" /> embedded in a paragraph.</td>
+ <td>This is the simplest example of an <img src="app_icon.png" alt="MultiMarkdown Composer Icon" /> embedded in a paragraph.</td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>This is an image example with a title attribute ![Alternate Message](images/app_icon.png "This is a title") embedded in a paragraph.</td>
+ <td>This is an image example with a title attribute ![Alternate Message](app_icon.png "This is a title") embedded in a paragraph.</td>
- <td>This is an image example with a title attribute <img src="images/app_icon.png" alt="Alternate Message" title="This is a title" /> embedded in a paragraph.</td>
+ <td>This is an image example with a title attribute <img src="app_icon.png" alt="Alternate Message" title="This is a title" /> embedded in a paragraph.</td>
</tr>
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<td>This is the same image ![image3][] but with the attributes placed later on in the document.<br />
<br />
- [image3]: images/app_icon.png "This is where the title goes" height=40px width=40px</td>
+ [image3]: app_icon.png "This is where the title goes" height=40px width=40px</td>
- <td>This is the same image <img src="images/app_icon.png" alt="image3" id="image3" title="This is where the title goes" style="height:40px;width:40px;" /> but with the attributes placed later on in the document.</td>
+ <td>This is the same image <img src="app_icon.png" alt="image3" id="image3" title="This is where the title goes" style="height:40px;width:40px;" /> but with the attributes placed later on in the document.</td>
</tr>
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- <td>When an image is placed in a paragraph, it is wrapped in a &lt;figure&gt; tag ![This is the figure caption][fig_id] [fig_id]: images/app_icon.png "This is where the title goes" height=80px width=80px</td>
+ <td>When an image is placed in a paragraph, it is wrapped in a &lt;figure&gt; tag ![This is the figure caption][fig_id] [fig_id]: app_icon.png "This is where the title goes" height=80px width=80px</td>
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- <p>When an image is placed in a paragraph, it is wrapped in a &lt;figure&gt; tag</p><img src="images/app_icon.png" alt="This is the figure caption" id="fig_id" title="This is where the title goes" style="height:80px;width:80px;" /> This is the figure caption
+ <p>When an image is placed in a paragraph, it is wrapped in a &lt;figure&gt; tag</p><img src="app_icon.png" alt="This is the figure caption" id="fig_id" title="This is where the title goes" style="height:80px;width:80px;" /> This is the figure caption
</td>
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