Developing for Ssl, how to load a local image into a secure page?

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asked Mar 16, 2016 by Koep_3978 (330 points)
We run system that builds PDFs from html.

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answered Jun 2, 2016 by Vf9742 (830 points)
selected Jun 3, 2016 by Thanks
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So let me summarize here and refer you to for the gritty details
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answered Apr 23, 2016 by Bar_one (230 points)

Then you can go on to explore the rest of our image lessons. For a few other very useful image attributes, read Further Attributes.
That means the text will align to the top of the image and then go under. Notice how the text hugs the image, instead of starting under it.
commented Apr 23, 2016 by nemoede (190 points)
That length is optimal
commented Apr 24, 2016 by DoThing (1,760 points)
Follow this instructions from standard eclipse docs
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answered Apr 27, 2016 by Gur_The (260 points)

The image will still need to be available on the other server securely.
This will add extra processing load on the server and client. This usually occurs with images, frames, iframes, Flash, and Java Scripts.
commented Apr 29, 2016 by installing (1,020 points)
Based on this answer
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answered Jun 2, 2016 by fby6567m (400 points)

At that time image was displyed properly.
NET/Configuration and Deployment/image not showing on web page at runtime. See this video image not showing on web page at runtime. | The ASP.NET Forums which demonstrates about those extra tags
commented Jun 3, 2016 by person (190 points)
See comment code out efficiently
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answered Jun 2, 2016 by Lbh_2362_Wei (180 points)
Just finally fixed this for my single solution that was having this. This might be the one you are expecting

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