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content page is located in a completely different folder, the ImageUrl is interpreted relative to the folder that contains the Master Page and not relative to the content page.

The situation is completely different in the case of HTML elements. If an HTML element such as an <img> or <a> tag includes a relative URL, the relative URL is interpreted relative to the content page. For example, suppose you add the following

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this is where I stopped in the book