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I need to display the image preview on my search result by replacing the code for the search-icon as below XSL code:

img align="absmiddle" src="http://site/image/123.jpg" border="0" alt="{imageurl/@imageurldescription}"

for my testing i replaced the {imageurl} by a static path to display the image and its working .... please help to find the parameter and replaced by the src"{imageurl}" and display the image inside my search result ??


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In my opinion is better if you start to debug your XSLT.

You could download the XML generated by the Search Result and use Visual Studio to made a good XSLT.

In this link you can read how to use VS2010 to debug the XSLT:

And in this links you can find a step-by-step guide:

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