Adding a graphic to a title page

I am trying to do some very basic styling, which would include having a title page with the company logo. I found the following sample HTML on the Atlassian site:

<div class="fsTitlePage">
 <img src="/download/attachments/590719/titlepage.png" />
<div class="fsTitle">Planning for Confluence 4.0</div>
</div>

I followed the instructions for adding my graphic and also added some basic CSS to the PDF Stylesheet. I can get the title to appear, but not the graphic. What do I need to do to get this to appear?

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1. Add alt attribute to img tag to see if Confluence adds it or search for this tag in developer console.

2. If so, but there's no image, check any errors for downloading static content in browser developer interface. It depends on browser you use.

3. Check path to file carefully, try to use absolute path

Thank you. I did get it to work.

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