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How to use img src in HTML macro

Dear community. I am trying to make my Confluence page a bit nicer, and I was trying to use HTML and CSS macro. Actually, I am facing some problem, importing pictures which are saved in the page or in my local pc. I tried the well-known HTML instruction:

<img src="C:\Users\Cremona\Documents\Doc Personali\Foto\c172_1.jpg" alt="Cessna 172">

but it does not work. Any suggestions? 



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See Security considerations on page

Maybe the macro is still disabled.

Thanks Patrick. Actually, HTML macro is working. It is not working the picture import through the instruction "img src". 

I had a chance to use the HTML macro for other functions and it is ok, but I do not know why I cannot display pictures. Thanks!

Salvatore, then it might have something to do with the fact that the Confluence instance does not have access to the location of the picture. Maybe it works when the picture is placed in a folder inside the Confluence isntance?

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