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to the site devs, THIS PROBLEM STILL EXISTS! and it was reported way back in september? make sure the images are under the images/ directory of the non-www site. if all else fails, add static images


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its the most simplest fix in the world. my dog could have corrected your code and in fact, anyone with any html knowledge at all could have fixed it (yes, my dog knows some html :D ). i think some one has been lazy.. :D


see attached screenie if you arent seeing the error



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