I have decided to build my ebook from scratch by adding html via the source in Kotobee.
One thing I noticed is that if I add image in html Kotobee amends it like this:
<div class="image"><img alt="thumbs-up.jpg" src="images/thumbs-up.jpg" /></div>
<div class="image"><img alt="thumbs-up.jpg" src="images/thumbs-up_fmt.jpeg" /></div>
So Kotobee adds a _fmt suffix as well as adapting the filename from jpg to jpeg
Anyone know why this is happening and whether its a code requirement?
Are you sure an image with that same name does not currently exist in the images folder?
Can you try with a plain (blank) ebook, and just add this one image, and check if it does the behavior you're describing?
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The HTML <img> tag is used to embed an image in a web page.
Images are not technically inserted into a web page; images are linked to web pages. The <img> tag creates a holding space for the referenced image.
The <img> tag is empty, it contains attributes only, and does not have a closing tag.
The <img> tag has two required attributes:
src - Specifies the path to the image
alt - Specifies an alternate text for the image