is your image in the folder you are specifying? When you use "../" before a folder name, it goes up one folder level from where you are then goes to the folder after it in the heirarchy. For example, this means that whatever folder your page is in is in the same folder as the one your images folder is in. Does that make sense?<BR><BR>Other possibities is that maybe it's a jpg rather than a gif.
This really only belongs in the HTML board, and believe it or not, people do check that board. Crossposting is very rude around here and gets very confusing for the people trying to help you out. Just remember that next time. :-)