This did the trick nicely! Upload the file to the same directory and just use this to inludie it within the readme. Thanks a lot, this saved me a lot of searching around for a solution.
Does this still work? Because I'm trying the same thing, then navigating to the github page, and all I see are broken image icons, even though some display fine locally. I expected "Test Image 1" to work when the file 3DTest.png is uploaded into the same directory.
![Test Image 1](3DTest.png)
![Test Image 2]("3DTest.png")
![Test Image 3](/3DTest.png)
![Test Image 4](https://github.com/tograh/testrepository/3DTest.png)
![Test Image 5](https://.../3DTest.png)
![Test Image 6](master/3DTest.png)
![Test Image 7](https://github.com/tograh/testrepository/master/3DTest.png)
For the images to work properly, you have to include the full image URL. That said, if none of your images are working, I'd be curious to see the repo in which they are located, if possible. Are you doing this work in a public repo? If so, can you provide a link so I/we can take a closer look?
Mark helpful posts with Accept as Solution to help other users locate important info. Don't forget to give Kudos for great content!
Thank you for the reply, Nadia. We've been looking into the problem, and it seems to be limited to inside our corporate network. Outside, we see the markup displaying as expected.
I should have updated sooner! Many thanks.
OK i give up. how do you know the full path?
tried both of these. my images are in the top level folder