We are using a Red Hat 6 squid server to redirect HTTP request for custom notifications. Squid provides several built in splash pages however we are using a slightly customized one taken from a built in and just renamed it. When our splash page appears our custom image does not. The image on the web page is just a square with an x through it. The image file is on the squid server but the squid logs I think it tells the story. I just don't know how to fix. For example, there is a GET HTTP function that seems to want to append the name of whatever site the end user is going to, to the actual image location:
1457051968.734 14 192.168.150.125 TCP_DENIED/403 2881 GET http://www.google.com/images/image.png - NONE/- text/html
Problem is my image is not at Google but on the squid server. How can I override this? I have tried setting an absolute path in the splash page but that did not work. Here is what I have now:
<img src="images/image.png" height="150" width="250" />
The images folder is under /var/www/html/ and squid has rights to that folder. Any help is appreciated.