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Can't see image assets I uploaded to codepen

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Sorry to bring up something that's only somewhat related to GS but I couldn't find a codepen forum.  I was going to make a codepen pertaining to a problem I'm having migrating a background slideshow to GS.  What I'm migrating from can be seen here

If you watch for about 40 secs you'll notice the backgroung image does a nice cross fade to the next image.  I want to see if that is possible with GSAP.  On the way to doing that I noticed that imaged I uploaded to codepen weren't displaying.  I get this message " Failed to load resource: the server responded with a status of 406 (Not Acceptable)".  As you can see the images are there.assets.png

See the Pen bEKLQY by jimeast (@jimeast) on CodePen

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Your assets aren't relative to your pen. Click on an asset and you should see the path with an amazonaws.com domain.


So this is how I would use one of my images named hansen.png

<img src="https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/s.cdpn.io/106114/hansen.png">
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Wow that's nuts I had to double click then right click to get a list of info with the address among them.  Fortunately they all start with the same string https://s3-us-west-2.amazonaws.com/s.cdpn.io/105814.  I saw mention of tag in the html I can use to enclose the list of links that will pass on the value of that string.  I forgot what it was, do you know?

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