For those of you who are curious about how this turned out...
We upgraded to V5R2 yesterday and just finished all the PTF installs. 
I immediately tried out the web pages that had not been displaying
graphics and lo and behold.... it works!!!  The PDF files are coming up
just fine too.  I think the pages are coming up quicker than before too,
though I won't swear to it.

I guess IBM was right ... I just needed a few PTF's.  
Thanks to all of you who made suggestions, you are great.

Bonnie


<<<<We have set up the HTTP Server (powered by Apache) on an iSeries
720 (V4R5) to use as an employee intranet site.  It serves up static
HTML pages right now.  We will be adding some CGI apps soon.  Right now
this is just a test site.

If I go to the index.htm page using the URL in my browser (Netscape or
IE) I get the page, but 2 of the graphics do not show up- just a place
marker.  If I open the page by double-clicking on the file in the IFS in
Windows Explorer, it opens in my browser and the graphics are displayed
just fine.

The pages are designed using Dreamweaver.  One of the graphics is a gif
- 58kb - the other is a jpg -173kb.  There are other graphics (tabs and
shadows etc.)  on the page that do appear just fine.   I have gone
through the Apache redbook and can't find anything obvious.  The
directory structure seems right, the path in the href tag is OK-its the
same as for the graphics that do appear.  I don't know where else to
look.>>>>>

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