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I get the return message NON-VALID PICTURE URL in the POPUP in the CARTO map. when editing in CARTO I get the "Invalid or nonexistent map configuration token". Please forgive my ignorance as I am a newbie at Carto really. I have followed all the docs and looked at questions but I still can't get the image in the header to display in a popup window. The image is in the _URL column and is a valid .jpg that I can display by just pasting the URL for it into the address bar of the browser. Is there a size restriction or something like that? https://photos.app.goo.gl/3h6gHXIWQXOW8slo2 is the link to the photo held in Google photos.

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You need to put the address of the final image, so in your case for that image you shared the address to have in your column is

https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/DxO8Z6pKfRGt0_3NPLUjGNhFcjDeuQCvROJV2QlnAersVXX3CDP9fWNHycLEUkTEqtZXX8V7Pi0j8XyHEYr__iPdz46SS_ruEwIU1L9aybFom5uYZkujqijKZksXMrTQPVSPDKaRAH5JQc1zIxvF-BfXSQOCo5txBbeU--slnTTipzxGPu-kVDJUkOEyiSQpScP_7b6aJPircO1A4DABSAT0Tn1U5_k_w7YAcJxz_pjWyoth0_Mf0Gly-izuLeb6bwxoAuY5ATCWe-64THf8L6V9CVrol3kMLOrcGo8MorqRjx_q0npQCZKNCVxBH8si0ROSfCiBxwzX6dzxJt_AOnlryqAket8d9xf1jp_d5G5ViX88TXypb9wCWEJB1S0RbG5Bqf6kyS6YVz1fEV9eAAOClaE2Qq3EcbG8NEqE4t0fHIqjE60vJHc7NAOdZ49o6tTI-yhyR2E0uh7RGyHSN1B8hjKBscto5zVAW3nKyMG-1bVRb_zK1LicZs8DggwTZj8Q5D5OtaLTPpzKhIxaxchXIvX_lDOdHZJlpq9qnGrs-VidBYKSCWhuvWWvagiJuLfcdNtw80wc12QWkO4GIEgnB4_esPCgDK040pQYAj1PJVIR0rZmkBW0pdhBE90gDe7RH1HmIVzT_wKwNOQzL78QayWTbeqr=w1446-h1084-no

Otherwise, the popup is trying to put a webpage in a img HTML tag, which of course is totally wrong.

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  • Thanks I can see that now. I have it working now great! – Martin May 23 '18 at 12:28
  • please mark then the answer as correct ^_^ – Jorge Sanz May 23 '18 at 16:16
  • The answer is correct but how do I mark it as such? – Martin May 24 '18 at 19:55
  • please mark the question as answered by clicking the green tick under this answer. – Jorge Sanz May 25 '18 at 10:36
  • Sorry but in my browser there is no green tick. What can I do otherwise? – Martin May 26 '18 at 19:18

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