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  • do you have a link?

    I half-see the problem. In my header, I had done the following (so long ago I forgot about it!):

    <!– <div id=”site_background”><img src=”http://fc01.deviantart.net/fs19/i/2007/248/b/4/Robin_Of_Loxley_by_ChrisRawlins.jpg”></div> –>

    The thing is, it IS commenting out this code because if I take out the <!– and –> part, the picture appears on my homepage, and if I “comment it back out,” the picture goes away. Somehow, facebook must still be snatching the image, but I don’t see how if it’s commented out. Does anyone know? This is the only place this image appears in my code.

    Ok, I don’t understand what you are trying to explain here. If you say that the image is links here

    http://external.ak.fbcdn.net/safe_image.php?d=AQBahv7kZ9MJiDJM&w=90&h=90&url=http%3A%2F%2Ffc01.deviantart.net%2Ffs19%2Fi%2F2007%2F248%2Fb%2F4%2FRobin_Of_Loxley_by_ChrisRawlins.jpg

    Then you got to check the http://external.ak.fbcdn.net. That is where it is coming from.

    The issue is not with the src of the image (the link, so to speak). The problem is where I include that link in my code. The image src code has been commented out, so technically it should be “invisible” to websites. Indeed, the image IS invisible, since if I uncomment my code, the image appears on the website, and if I comment it back out, it disappears. However, since this is the ONLY place a link to the image exists on my entire website, it must be the case that facebook is grabbing its thumbnail for my site (which is this image) from here. I just don’t understand how it can do that if the code is commented out.

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